JanKusanagi

Dark Background and Light Text

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Can you imagine what a web browser extension called "Dark Background and Light Text" does? =)

I'll tell you what it does: amazing things!


I've used similar extensions in the past to "counteract" the ultrawhiteness that plagues the WWW, but this one is much, much more capable. You can have per-site settings: disable for some sites, use a different "coloring method" (Stylesheet processor, simple CSS, invert) for others... and it's a WebExtension, so it can be used in Firefox 57+, and other browsers =)



addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/dark-background-light-text/


Source: github.com/m-khvoinitsky/dark-background-light-text-extension

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Just installed and testing it: Good to save energy and there are some pages that look weird. l guess I'll give it a test time.

EVAnaRkISTO at 2017-12-02T22:49:32Z

BTW, you can have per-site settings: disable for some sites, use a different "coloring method" for others...


So far it's worked really great for me =)

JanKusanagi at 2017-12-02T23:01:12Z

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» JanKusanagi:

“[...] BTW, you can have per-site settings [...]”

Yeah, I just saw that option. Thanks!

EVAnaRkISTO at 2017-12-02T23:06:23Z

the "inverted" settings allows for colour differencial - which i found important for one site i visit a lot.

George Standish at 2017-12-03T02:35:14Z