I have tried changing all the appearance settings, I have tried changing themes, seeing if writing some custom css code (unless I’m missing something), nothing can seem to fix this.
What I’m trying to do
It seems in the latest update, when the UI got a bit of an overhaul, the main viewport for editing isn’t effected by translucent window, which is honestly one of the huge factors why I chose this, is because it gave it a sleek design.
Do note I am using the same theme in both, and I have updated it to make sure; it’s called “Minimal”. I quite enjoyed it, and doesn’t seem to have changed too much, but even with this off, I’ve tried everything and yet the main viewport stays solid when I have translucent window enabled.
Does anyone know any possible solutions, either a css code or js code that solves this, a plugin maybe, or an actual option I’m just not seeing.
Oh yeah, I’m making a custom theme to remake the old Minimal just for myself, it seems to be a normal issue for Obsidian when having translucent window enabled as well as making it so the main pane is translucent. I personally don’t use multiple windows for Obsidian, so I won’t look into this as much, but it does seem to be an issue, maybe there’s a quick solution you can find by inspecting element, and making something in the undocked window transparent.
I really like the transparency effect that used to be. Now it feels a little fragmented in appearance, and I hope the developers will consider restoring the translucency of the main window in the default state.