Dark theme: adapt to the new MD icons experiment

There is a new experiment in the Community Console called
SMEI_GOOGLE_MATERIAL_ICONS, which introduces a new design for the
icons and changes the way of styling the checkboxes in the thread list
view, which breaks the dark theme.

This change fixes the dark theme styles for those checkboxes, and adapts
their style to match the new behavior. This change is
backwards-compatible, so the dark theme won't break for folks who don't
have the experiment enabled (there is a small subtle change which is
applied in both cases: the background of filled checkboxes has been made
lighter so it contrasts better with the background and looks nicer).

This experiment is already enabled for some users, and so this was
reported by one of those users (see
pekb/thread/114559215?msgid=116471244).

Bug: 1
Change-Id: I9c8757c84311946a2a69495f64963fd4fbfed5cd
1 file changed
tree: fe52454b864c973d83fbaf368c9549ba3854a6d6
  1. .clang-format
  2. .editorconfig
  3. .github/
  4. .gitignore
  5. .gitreview
  6. .zuul.yaml
  7. LICENSE
  8. Makefile
  9. OWNERS
  10. README.md
  11. docs/
  12. generateManifest.go
  13. generateManifest_test.go
  14. playbooks/
  15. release.bash
  16. roles/
  17. src/
  18. tagRelease.bash
  19. templates/
  20. testdata/
README.md

TW Power Tools

Available in the Chrome Web Store

An extension which brings several enhancements to the Google Forums and the Community Console.

For a list of features/enhancements, check out the feature list doc.

Information for contributors

This extension is being actively developed, and everyone is welcome to make feature requests, report issues and contribute code changes.

In order to make feature requests or report issues, please do so at the GitHub issue tracker:

To see a more exhaustive guide on how to contribute, and information on how to contribute code changes, please read the following doc:

Beta channel

Before releasing updates to the stable channel, the newest versions are uploaded to the beta channel so they can be tested by everyone who's interested. This is another way to contribute to the project, because beta testing can make us notice bugs before they reach the stable channel.

The beta channel for Chrome is available here.