Adding mathematical formulas in dark mode
As of now in OneNote, it's hard to add formulas in dark mode because the white text is highlighted white when entering formulas and hence you can't see what you're typing unless you switch to light mode and then enter the formula and then switch back.
MS always ship broken stuff
Zhennan Wu commented
I don't know why 2 months has passed and no action from MS at all??? It is broken, and all it takes is just to change ONE RGB value.
+1 as a bug
The whole color scheme is broken for formulas. It makes the dark mode rather unusable, so I would tag this as a bug.
A similar problem is that the highlight color is not adjusted for equations in dark mode the way it is for plain text. For example, if you apply the yellow highlight color to an equation, it will still be bright yellow in dark mode, so the white text is hard to read.
Agree! I think this should be comment like a bug, not a feature suggest.
Carlos Planelles Otero commented
A possible change to the feature could be to make the highlight dark grey instead of white so that you can still see the equation, because this is extremely frustrating to use currently.