I don't mind (don't care) if you do anything with Dark Mode ON THE SHEET. It's important, however, that Roll Templates (which output to Roll20's chat) are readable when the user has the CHAT in Dark Mode. You see, someone who is using Dark Mode can suffer through looking at a white-mode sheet. It looks fine. It's playable. If the Roll Template doesn't work in Dark-Chat, that renders the whole game unplayable. You see, /em and normal Text chat (not formated by Roll Template) ARE already readable in Roll20 Dark-Chat. It's only if the Sheet author purposely Colorizes roll templates, in a color set that doesn't work on Dark-Chat, that will ruin the playability for the group as a whole. Please toggle your Test game On-Off between Dark Mode / Light Mode, with each Roll Template showing in your Chat, to test for readability. I personally use only Dark Mode and will never not use it. I understand you don't use it personally. Again, I believe visually impaired users can continue to struggle through the consistently-light Character Sheet (black text on white background). What's disasterous is when we get Roll Templates that have Designated-Black Text on a transparent background. It becomes Black on Black. This is whether you're the DM, or a fellow player, or the player-in-question who has that character sheet. I haven't done a full test of the current Roll Templates myself, since the 2E games I'm in have a combination of Sheet-Rolls and also DM-created Macros, so I'm not entirely sure which ones are the source of the unreadable ones right now. An example is when spells have a Spell Description, usually the description text has been black-on-black (unreadable) in some recent game sessions. If I get a chance to do testing & screenshots for you, for this, I will. In the meantime I just want to raise the heads-up to the importance of color-testing Roll Templates (Sheet rolls), on Dark Mode toggle. Please. Peter B. said: Gold said: Roll Templates are cool, but only if it works (readable) in Dark Mode and Light Mode of roll20. /em is readable in Dark Mode Roll Template depends on color choices Hmm yeah that is true. This is The unfortunate part of being a Developer in My position. Roll20 decided to Roll out dark mode and force it on everyone. As a Developer I have no control over turning it on an off. I have no need for it personally and therefore I am not interested in spending My time supporting it, that combine with My limited CSS skills. This decision gives a poor experience for users Who expect it to work, without question or knowledge of how sheet Development work. I am not trying to tell anyone that they use Roll20 i correctly, but merely explain the situation I am in. I will try and take Darkmode into consideration, but as I mentioned in an earlier post, the sheet does not support Dark mode as of right now, and I have plans on adding anything beyond fixing what is unreadable. I hope you understand.