Aug 24 2021 12:10 PM
Aug 24 2021 12:10 PM
Hello Insiders! Today we’re releasing build 94.0.992.1 to the Dev channel, and believe it or not, this is the last build for version 94, give or take a patch or two. So if you’re going to need to get this release ready for your organization and haven’t seen this yet, check out our latest security overview video: Microsoft Edge | Enterprise security with Edge. And for everything that’s new:
Since this is it for version 94, you should also be looking for it to come to Beta soon!
Aug 24 2021 12:37 PM
Aug 24 2021 08:55 PM
Aug 26 2021 05:54 AM
Aug 26 2021 01:50 PM
time after time, feedback, after feedback nothing has been done about the profile picture in the profile menu on Mac OS. by the way my profile picture inside of edge, is correct but I don't want to send proof because it's of me.
Aug 29 2021 03:45 AM
Aug 29 2021 07:54 PM
Sep 01 2021 07:57 PM
@Paul_VC As with most things related to how webpages are rendered, this appears to be behavior we inherit from Chromium (thus why that flag doesn't have Edge in it's name), and it doesn't appear that there's a way to do this in Chrome either, at least as far as I can tell, so this is likely something we'll have to work on ourselves if people request it. It shouldn't be too hard though since it just needs a switch!
Sep 03 2021 09:16 AM - edited Sep 03 2021 09:18 AM
Josh, I tested this on the Google Chrome browser on Android, and setting the edge://flags/#enable-force-dark flag to Disabled (as per your earlier suggestion) does indeed do what it is supposed to do: it keeps the original content colors, even when the browser UI or Android system UI is set to Dark Mode.
Setting the edge://flags/#enable-force-dark flag to Disabled still converts website content to Dark Mode, whereas it should not, so this is a bug in Edge.
Sep 09 2021 05:05 PM
Sep 10 2021 12:35 AM - edited Sep 10 2021 12:36 AM
Note that setting the edge://flags/#enable-force-dark flag to Disabled works perfectly as it should do on the Windows-version of Edge. On the Android-version it does not, as reported above.
(I have not tested this on iOS nor Linux, perhaps someone can test that?)