Websites too bright...try this extension

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Rudi
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Websites too bright...try this extension

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I came across this extension recently which allows you to toggle the background of the browser to dark or light. It has a few useful settings to adjust the contrast, brightness and sepia tone of the background. You can also store sites in a list to cause Dark Reader to work only on listed websites. If your eyes are sensitive to bright light or if you want day and night modes, this extension can be quite handy.

Dark Reader is a browser extension for both Chrome and Firefox that turns bright websites dark, sparing your retinas.

PS: For the nostalgic movie fans, the site icon of Darth Vader, is a quirky inclusion.
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Re: Websites too bright...try this extension

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Excellent! Thanks Rudi :thumbup:
Cheers, Claude.

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Rudi wrote:PS: For the nostalgic movie fans, the site icon of Darth Vader, is a quirky inclusion.
Not to mention that the inclusion of said character is also almost certainly a breach of copyright :evilgrin:

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stuck wrote:Not to mention that the inclusion of said character is also almost certainly a breach of copyright :evilgrin:
The web is a dark place Ken. :crazy: :laugh:
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