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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Toggle

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Toggle

Apple's Mac OS Mojave is coming this fall, and it's bringing Dark Mode, a feature that users have been asking for for years. We're currently on the first beta of Mojave, and Dark Mode looks great, but it's currently a little bothersome to switch between both modes. You have to go to System Preferences, click on General, and finally choose your mode. Thanks to Automator, we can now create a custom script that allows us to toggle between Light and Dark Modes with a simple keyboard shortcut or button on your MacBook Pro's Touch Bar. Credit goes to Thomas Verse Ron at verse Ron comm for this find. To get started, open the Automator app and click on "New Document". Select "Contextual Workflow" and click "Choose". In the workflow input selection drop-down menu, choose "No Input". If you have a Touch Bar, you can change the image that will be used for the button. Within the action search bar, type "Apple" and double-click on "Run Apple Script". Now go down to the script, select all and delete, copy the code in the video description and paste it into this. You can test out the script by clicking the play icon. If Dark Mode switches on and off, your script works. Now go to "File", click on "Save" and name it "Dark Mode". Open System Preferences, click on "Keyboards", then go to the "Shortcuts" tab. Click on "Services" and you should find "Dark Mode" at the bottom of the list. Make sure it is checked and click on "Add Shortcut". I already have mine mapped to Command + B. I have to note that it won't override global shortcuts, so you have to mess around with different shortcuts until you can find the one that works for you. Command + B...