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    We just published Compass 1.30-beta, which includes Dark Mode in preview! You can find the new beta in our download center.


    While in the upcoming months we will be refreshing the general visual look of Compass including a properly designed dark theme, we thought we'd ship the first version of the dark theme now so you can start using it right away.


    You can enable the dark theme from the MongoDB Compass Beta system menu on macOS and from the Help system menu on Windows and Linux (we know it's a bit of an odd location and we are planning to move it).


    Feel free to reach out if you have any feedback.

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    Keerthi commented  · 

    Thanks for answering the prayers

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    Keerthi commented  · 

    Pls help save my eyes. I can live several other annoyances and bugs in the tool but can't without a dark mode.

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    Keerthi commented  · 

    A behavior similar to mongosh where we establish a stateful session once and then run arbitrary statements any number of times without having to use('db') every time would be desirable.

    I reckon for most users this would be the frequent use case. Often times we would go back to a previous statement and run just that. Such a feature would definitely be useful.

    Having to use db.getSiblingDB('db').getCollection('coll') in every line feels like we are not in a shell but writing some application code.

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