Sometimes I need to print my notes, so I usually export them as a PDF and then print them. However, the exported PDF retains the editor’s theme. If you have a monochrome printer, highlighted (red) words in the PDF may appear as light grey when printed, making them difficult to read on paper.
Add a new setting to export PDF with no color theme that disables color themes while retaining formatting for bold headings, italics, etc.
I’m not sure why it’s more difficult to not using a theme than making the all themes compatible in the exported PDF. Just consider this: editing a PDF has never been easy. While you can change all the colors simultaneously, adjusting the hues is not possible. As a result, any pink colors will turn into light grey maybe. If you ever need to print a note, you will get why this is such an annoying issue. You can easily add a toggle for it I believe. Or just give users an option to pick a theme while exporting, and maybe we can find a community theme that does not use any colors at all.
I second this request. I’d like to be able to globally configure colors for export to PDF, even if the fonts/layout stay the same. I’d like to be exporting job reports from Obsidian instead of copy/pasting info, converting from Markdown, etc in Pages or Word or something.