Adds color-scheme light dark meta tag to allow UI elements to match OS theme.
Forces UI elements such as scrollbars and form fields to match either your operating system's theme, or your own theme by choice, light or dark.
- (2022-04-06) Yichen Yao: Everything has to be in dark mode!! Thank you for doing this! :)
- (2021-11-25) Charon: I really like this but for whatever reason it causes text to go white on some websites, making it unreadable unless I highlight the text that is obviously missing. It's not a huge issue but it is annoying, is there a way to fix this? Other than that, this extension is really good.
- (2021-11-02) Redemptus Renatus: Finally something that works right with Dark Reader. Other scrollbar doodads would start to work while using Dark Reader but then refresh and stop working. This gave me what I wanted: a minimal, dark scrollbar. I've got a 4K LG TV being used as my main computer monitor and it works great except it's got a nasty habit of wanting to burn in any bright colors into the screen. Scrollbars are my bane. This extension fixed that. Thanks so much!
- (2021-09-21) Gravity cat: Very useful and works perfectly! Thanks for making this ❤
- (2021-09-14) Bill Gates: No ram usage. No stutter (unlike css) when scroll big pages. No overlaps search markers. Authentic look with arrows. Perfect.
- (2021-09-08) huy huy: nice
- (2021-08-14) ultub: Cool
- (2021-05-09) FenceCheck-Bingo: Nice work; swift & low resource requirements so forget any hesitations due to an entire extension for a minimal style sheet modification. No doubt your here to sort that shite white line of gack away from view into the last missing feature of your night time style that lies upon specific needs that sure show you aint as lazy as that last project manager who by the while has those bright white office lights much like the companies website that target bores your retinas like an AIM-9X Sidewinder in splash x freeze frame mode. Dig it.
- (2021-01-05) Peter Njeim: Note that this only works on Microsoft Edge currently, as it is using an experimental CSS specification from: https://drafts.csswg.org/css-color-adjust/#color-scheme-prop. In the future, this may work on other browsers.