I made a browser extension that automatically applies themes on websites generated with mdBook.

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  • mdBook

    Create book from markdown files. Like Gitbook but implemented in Rust

    I personally had the frustration that websites generated with [mdBook](https://github.com/rust-lang/mdBook) always displayed me the "Navy" theme. But I prefer the "Ayu" theme, therefore I always set the theme to "Ayu". But doing things per hand is not the way we do stuff around here, so I decided to write a small browser extension that applies the themes for me.

  • mdbook-auto-theme

    🎨 A browser extension for automatically applying themes on websites generated by mdBook.

    I called it [mdBook Auto Theme](https://github.com/cptpiepmatz/mdbook-auto-theme) and it does exactly that. You can select one theme for light mode and one theme for dark mode and every website generated with mdBook will automatically get that theme applied, once initially on load and every time you switch between light and dark mode.

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