Dark theme for SQL Server 2017 SSMS is missing.
There is no plan to invest on the dark theme for SSMS.
Please, feel free to upvote item #33076054 and add your comments there, in case we end up bringing it back.
As a follow up to my other post, please consider that this is kind of a big deal to people with some vision/neurological problems (anything that causes photophobia).
I have a couple of those problems, and this is kind of an accessibility issue for me. As I mentioned before, just supporting what already works would go a long way.
Speaking of which, please consider adding the dark them as a choice to view these pages as you have done for a lot of your other sites.
Wow... So I just found another item that links here, and then this links (kind of) to yet another item.
If you make a suggestion to upvote another item, please consider using a hyperlink. Just posting the number makes it a pain to get to the ticket.
There is a SSMS bug when importing Settings to get a Dark Theme.
Please upvote this to get it fixed: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/908035-sql-server/suggestions/35057257-dark-theme-ignored-in-object-explorer
Dark theme Added.
Available two ways:
1 the hack: https://www.sqlshack.com/setting-up-the-dark-theme-in-sql-server-management-studio/
2 the Import Settings way: https://blogs.sentryone.com/aaronbertrand/making-ssms-pretty-my-dark-theme/
Peter Row commented
Visual studio standard and code support dark mode. Windows 10 has it as a built in option but yet there is no plan to do it for SSMS? WTF!