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Yesterday we reported that Google has finally added automatic settings to enable or disable dark mode in Chrome according to the global settings set by the user. However, this brought a bug to the browser as well.
Unfortunately changing to Dark Mode hid some of the dialog boxes and menus inside Chrome. Technically, the menus weren’t hidden but Google forgot to invert text colours of some of the menus which resulted in text getting mixed with the dark colour in the background. Google did take note of the issue and has released a new update today that fixes the problem.
— Tero Alhonen?? (@teroalhonen) February 8, 2019
Dark Mode is currently available in the Canary Builds and according to the Chrome Platform status, version 74 will bring dark mode to the public and will be released on April 23, 2019.