Thank you for your reply.
You know of course that "haven't allocated resources to make that change and instead have focused more on improving Maple performance" is a boiler plate response I have seen used since 2012. Curious that you use it almost verbatim.
Global canvas changes dont work for Java applications under Linux and it is pretty involved to get it somewhat working.
Global canvas settings from the OS is not really a solution as it will negatively influence other applications with dedicated themes with unexpected results and is a lose-lose solution in the end.
The proper way to do it is for applications to have dark themes. Of all the applications I use under Linux it is only Maple that keep ignoring this issue without a dark theme. All others have dark themes.
Cannot use windows as I use Linux Clusters which run a lot of software and are super reliable and have to stick with that.
Been there done that, and I found the hard way that Windows is just not an option for larger scale numerical programming.
But, I appreciate your answer. Seems like I am at a dead end and Maple developers will just ignore people with visual disabilities, even since afaik there seems to be federal laws in place about this, especially regarding recent rulings that includes commercial software products compliance even mentioning visual disabilities. But we wont go there, just hope they come to their senses as it will literally take an hour's worth of programming to create a dark theme, and there really is no excuse. Truly un-understandable why this is ignored by the developers.
I think it is the end of the thread.
Thanks all ofor the kind help.