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One of the most glaring inconsistencies in Chrome’s dark mode has finally been addressed in the Canary version.

One of the most glaring inconsistencies in Chrome's dark mode has finally been addressed in the Canary version.

Years after dark mode was implemented in Chrome, the window frame context menu is still white:

Window frame context menu (Stable, Beta and Dev).

Well, this is no longer the case in the Canary version (106) and this menu finally uses dark mode:

Window frame context menu (Canary).

AFAIK, this menu is not controlled by Chrome but by Windows itself and supposedly that was the reason why that menu didn't use Chrome's dark mode so I'm not sure what has changed in Canary regarding that.

I've searched Gerrit and haven't found any recent commits related to this, the only commit related to this menu is from almost a month ago and the change that I mention in this post is recent.

There is another commit that has to do with the dark mode of the scrollbars in Windows, I dont know, maybe somehow the fix of that bug affected this menu 🤷

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