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      Latest reply on Jun 12, 2018 1:20 AM by taylork
      tartempion Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

        I really appreciate that Dark Mode is not automatically turned on for existing application versions. Which is a great improvement over previous practices.

         

        But, in the real world, you may not be able to switch to Xcode 10 and link against the 10.14 SDK for multiple reasons (build systems, build environments, 3rd party libraries, backward compatibility support, etc.). Even if your application is 64-bit only.

         

        Yet you may want to support Dark Mode.

         

        Question

         

        How can this be done? Key/value in Info.plist?

         

        I haven't this covered in the WWDC sessions so far (and the advanced session summary does not sound promising for this case).