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How do I make the menu bar black on Mac?

How do I make the menu bar black on Mac?

Settings > General Dark mode. Then, go to Accessibilty > Reduce Transparency. Then, just like in full screen where it turns the area left/right of the notch pitch black, the menu bar will be pitch black also, and the notch vanishes. This menu bar with mini LED will be as black as the bezel.

How do I make the menu bar black in Big Sur?

Since its color changes depending on the desktop picture, many people aren’t enamored of it (left, below). Luckily, reverting to the traditional opaque menu bar is simple. Open System Preferences > Accessibility > Display and select Reduce Transparency.

How do I change the color of the menu bar in Big Sur Mac?

If you want to set a custom menu bar color on macOS, you’re going to have to jump through a few hoops. Essentially, what you need to do is, create a copy of your wallpaper and add a solid color bar at the top. The bar will be the color you want to show on the menu bar.

Why is my Mac Bar dark?

i found that the menu bar changes colour depending on your desktop picture. try changing the desktop pic. also, you can go into SystemPreferences>Accessibility under the Display tab and checkmark “Reduce Transparency” and the menubar will stay grey with black lettering.

Why is the top bar black?

A recent update to the Google application caused an aesthetic issue with the font and symbols turning black on the notification bar. By uninstalling, reinstalling, and updating the Google application, this should allow the white text/symbols to return to the notification bar on the home screen.

How do I customize Finder on Mac?

Rearrange the items in the toolbar: Press and hold the Command key, then drag an item to a new location. Add a file or an app: Press and hold the Command key, then drag the item to the Finder toolbar until you see a green plus sign. Remove an item: Press and hold the Command key, then drag the item out of the toolbar.

Why is my Mac Bar GREY?

The menu bar turned gray after updating to macOS Monterey 12.1. This has occurred on two different computers. This is true for both “Dark Mode” and “Light Mode.” Reducing transparency in the only solution for now, but it takes away the color.

How do I make my Mac top black?

Enabling Dark Menu Bar & Dark Dock Mode in Mac OS X

  1. Open System Preferences from the  Apple menu and go to “General”
  2. Near the top of the preference pane check the box for “Use dark menu bar and Dock” to enable Dark Mode.

How do I customize the menu bar in Big Sur Mac?

Customize the menu bar with Control Center in macOS Big Sur

  1. Click the Control Center icon in the top right corner (two pill shapes)
  2. Hover over a Control Center setting you’d like in your menu bar, then click and drag it to the menu bar and let go.
  3. You can add any of the Control Center settings to the menu bar.

How do you customize the top bar on a Mac?

Add, remove, or rearrange toolbar buttons

  1. Choose View > Customize Toolbar (from the View menu at the top of your screen, not from the View button in the toolbar).
  2. Do any of the following: Add or remove items from the toolbar: Drag an item to the toolbar to add it.
  3. Click Done.

Why is my top bar black?

Why is my notification bar white?

Hi, what does the white dot on the notification bar mean? Sometimes it is there and than it is gone. It’s to show there’s more notifications than the ones showing in the status bar. It happens when there’s no more room to show the icons of the apps where you have notifications from.

How do I change the top bar on my Mac?

Can I change the color of the folders on my Mac?

Open a folder you want to customize and find View in the top Finder menu. Click on it and select Show View Options. Find the Background section and select Colour or Picture instead of Default.

How do I change my Finder settings?

So if you’re new to Finder, this might help ease the learning curve.

  1. Single click anywhere on the Desktop.
  2. Click on the Finder menu in the top left of the screen and choose Preferences.
  3. In the Preferences window that opens, single click on General.
  4. Make the following selections (pictured)
  5. Click on Sidebar.

How do I get rid of the GREY screen on my Mac?

To fix gray screen problem on your Mac, try resetting your NVRAM and PRAM to their default settings. Steps are as follows: Shut down your Mac by pressing the Power button for 3 to 5 seconds. Start your Mac then press and hold the Option + Command + P + R keys immediately.

How do I customize the finder toolbar and Finder sidebar?

There are several ways to customize the Finder toolbar and Finder sidebar. On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window. Do any of the following: Hide or show the toolbar: Choose View > Hide Toolbar, or View > Show Toolbar.

How do I make the taskbar black?

Hi DylanNewcomb. Here’s what I did to make the taskbar black: open Windows Settings, go to the “Personalization” section, click “Colors” in the left panel, then, under the “More Options” section at the bottom of the page, turn off “Transparency Effects”.

How do I get to the finder on my Mac?

Click anywhere on the desktop, or click the Finder’s icon in the Dock. Double-check: the menu next to the Apple menu at the top left of your screen should say “Finder.” It’s a safe bet that some (maybe most) Mac users have never clicked all of the buttons in the Toolbar.

How do I show labels on the toolbar?

You can show the labels by holding the Control key, clicking any empty space in the Toolbar, and choosing “Icon and Text.” Ah, that’s better. You may have noticed the “Customize Toolbar…” item in the menu when you Control-clicked to show “Icon and Text.”

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