I have 2 vaults in 2 totally distinct places. A and B.
My system theme is Light.
I open my Vault A. I want it Dark with Green (Personal Vault)
I open my Vault B. I want it Light with Red (WorkVault), to distinguish it visually from the other vault. This is specifically to keep myself from entering notes into the wrong vault.
- Vault A open, I set the base color scheme to Dark.
- Vault B open, I set the base color scheme to Adapt to System.
- Close vaults.
- Open Vault A, and it’s now light (as system is set).
- Check value of Base Color Scheme for Vault A. It’s ‘Light’. Change to dark.
- Reopen vault.
I expect that each vault holds its own value for Base Color Scheme.
Open 2 vaults and have visual identifiers of which vault to enter data.
- Vault A does not save/maintain Base Color Scheme, even when manually setting it so.
- Operating system: Windows 10 21H2
- Debug info:
Obsidian version: v1.0.3
Installer version: v0.15.9
Operating system: Windows 10 Enterprise 10.0.19044
Login status: not logged in
Insider build toggle: off
Live preview: on
Legacy editor: off
Base theme: dark
Community theme: Minimal
Snippets enabled: 1
Restricted mode: off
Plugins installed: 21
Plugins enabled: 18
1: Advanced URI v1.28.2
2: Icon Folder v1.3.5
3: Advanced Tables v0.17.3
4: Meld Encrypt v1.6.2
5: Find orphaned files and broken links v1.8.0
6: Local images v0.14.2
7: Local REST API v1.4.0
8: Dataview v0.5.47
9: Daily Activity v0.4.0
10: Calendar v1.5.10
11: Graph Analysis v0.15.4
12: Markdown Table Editor v0.3.1
13: Waypoint v1.3.0
14: Better File Link v1.1.3
15: Tag Wrangler v0.5.4
16: Minimal Theme Settings v6.1.0
17: Zoottelkeeper Plugin v0.18.0
18: Code Block Enhancer v1.0.5
- With testing it further, closing any Vaults, opening only Vault A, will switch it from Light mode to Dark mode.
- Next, I manually save it to dark. Close and reopen only Vault A, and again it Load and switches to Light mode.