An anonymous reader quotes a report from BleepingComputer: Microsoft released a new Windows Terminal version today that adds a long-awaited feature, making it possible to create and use custom themes. For now, users can only create themes by editing the Windows Terminal global JSON settings file to alter the background color of tabs and tab rows and choose between light and dark terminal window themes. After adding a new theme config to the JSON file, it will automatically appear in the app’s Settings > Appearance settings page.
“themes is a global property that can contain a variety of themes objects, which will appear in the Theme dropdown on the Appearance page of the settings UI,” Windows Terminal Program Manager Kayla Cinnamon explained. “Themes are only editable using the JSON file, but they will appear in the Theme dropdown in the settings UI.” To add your own custom themes, you will