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You could simply be straight forward with it....


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You don't really need an icon for this. I would just use a toggle switch: place it in a distinct, fixed position in the design, then customize. You can play with the fills and strokes, or add wording below for better usability (eg. "light mode", "dark mode").


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Dark mode and light mode is not something that you'll switch every few minutes or every hour or even ever. Most people select one preferred mode and forget about it and some could switch regularly twice a day as the outside light changes. Everyone else is overwhelming minority. Therefore it is not an option that needs to occupy screen estate and be directly ...


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You could simply use hollow stars for not attempted, gold stars for passed, and red stars for failed. In most apps I see, the hollow or colorless stars indicate "not attempted". Using that is fairly intuitive overall. If you don't want a secondary color (red), and failed is the same as not attempted, then simply leave the stars hollow/white when an attempt ...


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