A theme that removes the dark Incognito Mode colour scheme from Chrome.
This theme is deprecated as Google has blocked all official capability to theme the Incognito window.
Chrome's incognito mode (lower-case i) has been turn into Incognito (upper-case I), treated as a Google brand, not just used in Chrome but across other products like Google Maps, Gboard and others. In order to maintain a strong brand consistency, Google uses the same grey motif to indicate that you are in Incognito, and they've taken this one step further by disabling all theme customisation for Incognito.
For the time being, you can temporarily reverse this by going to chrome://flags/#incognito-brand-consistency-for-desktop and setting the flag to Disabled. This will enable this theme to work once more. However, this flag will not stick around forever, and in the future when Google removes the flag, the theme will be disabled from working permanently.
As a result of the above decisions from Google, this theme is officially deprecated and will no longer receive any updates. When the Chrome flag is eventually removed, this theme will be decommissioned at some point afterwards as there will be no need for it to exist.
Thank you for using Material Incognito Light Theme; I hope you enjoyed it whilst it was around.
Incognito mode uses a dark colour scheme to distinguish it from normal mode. This theme removes and replaces it with the light colour scheme from normal mode.
This theme is fully open-source under the Apache License. Check out the source code on Github at https://github.com/Fiddle-N/material-incognito-light-theme .
To uninstall this theme, go to Settings, scroll down to the Appearance section, and next to "Themes - Material Incognito Light Theme", click Reset to Default.