De-invert the luminance of entire pages or only images in Chrome for your already inverted screen.
This is a fork of Deluminate 0.3.2 with two changes. First of all this extension has been designed to be used with entire screen inversion software such as NegativeScreen. If you're like me, you want everything to be black with white text, not just websites in Chrome. When your entire screen is inverted, it comes in handy to have Chrome re-invert some of the images in special ways. Deluminate does an OK job with this, but some of the rules don't work properly with an inverted screen. My new altered version called Reluminate changes how some of these inversion schemes work in order to make it work better with an already inverted screen. The second change is less obvious, but, in my opinion, equally as significant. The scheme setting rules have been improved to apply domain rules to all subdomains that do not have rules already. For example, the rule for imgur.com will also apply to any subdomains of imgur.com such as user.imgur.com. However, if a rule is made for user.imgur.com, the imgur.com rule will not apply to that subdomain. In Deluminate (including the current version), there is no way to apply domain rules to subdomains, so this is a feature improvement in most cases. Future plans: + Improved interactive tabbed interface, possibly an additional options page. + Optional to go between reluminate/deluminate mode. This will be for people who just want something to work like Deluminate, but to have the improved scheme rule handling that I have introduced. + More features and options for rule handling so you can customize how you want it to work including features such as allowing specific pages within a domain to be handled differently.
- (2018-08-06) Peter Duus: Stopped working. Realy liked it because I use Negative Screen a lot. But the only color that get changed is blue to red while white and black stays inverted. Please fix that and I will reward with 5 stars.
- (2017-10-04) GE: is not working in my computer
- (2017-08-20) Vic Dawn: better than deluminate
- (2016-10-19) cmartmozzy: Good complement to f.lux darkroom mode. I wish there was an option to make the color rendering a little truer to life though. For some reason it seems to be doing kind of weird things with making people blue sometimes
- (2016-10-10) Codo Coderson: Genius idea: Invert your whole screen for easy reading and just uninvert images to keep them normal. What else to say? it works.
- (2015-12-16) Kamil Kot: Deluminate better
- (2015-11-20) The Mogget: I am so happy this thing exists. I discovered the magic of the NegativeScreen, but the simple inversion made colors backwards, and the smart inversion still made pictures difficult. This makes internet (where I do all the picture-looking) show pictures correctly while everything else is inverted.
- (2015-11-15) Jonathan Sterling: Stopped working on eBay, pictures in Java remain inverted. Seems that it's not applying itself after the page completely loads. Would be nice if this were open source so serious users can make it work better. I have spent many years, like since before Windows XP, doing dark color schemes systemwide and program specific. Problem is that trying to use dark color schemes is a mess. You just can't get everything to show properly, some things end up being hidden in the browser and in other programs too. I am thoroughly enjoying a new installation of Windows 8 using color inversion. Please keep it simple. Thanks.
- (2014-11-13) Jake Broughton: Exactly what I was looking for, thanks!!
- (2014-09-17) HT T: i use negativescreen too but i don't think the extension works...
- (2015-03-31, v:1.0) helpme96 helpme96: Fail to install
- (2015-03-16, v:1.0) Jonathan Sterling: Stopped working on eBay
I guess eBay did something or something happened to my system. But I have clone copies of Windows, so I can go back a ways and see.
- (2014-09-14, v:1.0) Pou Yan: Fail to install
Package is invalid. Details: 'Could not load extension icon Reluminate-128.png'.'. Chromium Version 37.0.2062.120 (281580) (64-bit) x86_64 Linux 3.16.2-1-ARCH