Changing background color

I have a question about the background color of themes. I’m using the “Notion 2” with the light base color, but the background color is not pure white,in the css file its white but It has a creamy white color, similar to Night mode which reduces the intensity of the blue color, Additionally, the white color seems warmer, that hurts my eyes. However, for example, the “blue Topaz” theme has a completely white background. I tried changing the CSS, I replaced the code color with different theme , and I even attempted to rewrite it using “Styling Settings” and CSS snippet (I used #fff ,#ffffff, white,rgb()… ) but didn’t see any changes.
I appreciate any help

If you can’t change bg color through the style settings plugin, you’ll need to make a feature request on the author’s github page.
Otherwise open the dev console, pick the pointer on top and hover over the color you want to change.
Then search that color in your theme and change it with another color.

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I can change the background color to any color, but the problem is with the white color. I’m not sure if the issue is related to how Obsidian handles the white color (if that’s the case, why does it work fine with some themes?), or if it’s something in the theme itself that affects how white appears in the CSS.

Hmm, i don’t know about your theme, but if it supports style settings, did you try to reset your main color for background colors (–background-secondary) to default values?
Otherwise you won’t be able to change colors.

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Thanks a lot for your help, I found the problem, i changed this line "

–text-rgb: 55, 53, 47

" to white and the fog went away, i don’t know how text color affects background to be honest
Really appreciate your help

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