keithcurtis said: I understand the frustration. Here's some background to give some context (caveat, I am not a sheet designer, so this is general understanding--I'm sure a sheet designer can explain better). Character sheets are essentially fancy templates to interact with the underlying system of attributes and abilities (that third tab on the sheet). That third tab was actually how Roll20 worked before character sheets were developed. There are some cool things you can only do with a sheet (repeating fields, auto generated actions and data), but they are essentially an overlay. In order to accommodate the vast number of systems out there, Roll20 did two things: 1) They made the sheet creation system available to users. 2) They gave immense design freedom to those users. It's not a kit where you can pull off-the-shelf standard hunks of code. You can design most things that you could design on a given web page, given some security and technical limitations. Sheets are more like mini websites that exist in Roll20. They've got their own styling and their own syntax for that styling. Because of choice 1, we have hundreds of community-designed sheets covering most popular systems. There is no way that a company could do this on their own. It's not profitable. Because of choice 2, there is no way that Roll20 can accommodate all of those design choices, or support them. An analogy would be "My browser has a dark theme, why don't all the websites I visit also go dark?" There's no way they could edit that many sheets, and even if it were possible, there would be outrage from many sheet designers if they tried. Now, as to what can be done. If the original authors of the BECMI sheet cannot be called upon to make these changes, some other community member must do so. I have no idea what the code looks like under the hood (there are as many ways to accomplish something with code as there are coders), it may be simple, it may be excruciating. Your best bet, if reaching out to the designers is a dead end, is to reach out to the community. There is a sheet request thread, where you can present your case and ask for a kindly and talented person to investigate and fix. Or you can start a brand new thread in the sheet forum with your request succinctly stated in the topic, and then explained in detail in the post. Hi Keith, Thank you very much for taking the time to explain the ins and outs behind the character sheet creation. That helped raise my understanding of the process behind it all, and how they work within Roll20. I appreciate it, bud. I also appreciate your suggestions on how to go about seeking a solution. I have to say, this community is lucky to have you around to help out and add insight on certain issues, as otherwise some of us, like myself, would have ended up leaving Roll20 in frustration a long time ago. As luck would have it, a very kind person from the character sheet designer community saw my post and reached out to me to see if he could help by having a look at the BECMI character sheet to see if anything could be done to make it work better in Dark Mode. I'm hopeful he'll have success, but nonetheless, appreciate his generosity to a complete group of strangers who just love playing old school D&D.