Inverted display mode for less eye strain in dark or dim lighting
Inverted display mode for better viewing with less eye strain in dark or dim lighting. The result is light text on a dark background instead of dark text on a light background, resulting in significantly less light output and less eye strain. Images are dimmed instead of inverted so they should still render nicely on most pages. Easily toggled on or off from the toolbar or main menu. Any sites that don't look good in night mode can easily be added to the whitelist.
- (2020-01-30) ВАСЯ пупкин: Неправильно инвертирует картинки на нужных мне сайтах.(
- (2019-06-08) Josh Brookes: Doesn't work on all sites even if site is white listed? Would rate it 5 stars if it worked on the crucial night time sites i listen to overnight IE Deezer etc.
- (2019-03-20) Works perfectly
- (2018-09-01) Lyn Rees: With a brief test, it seems to work better than others. No whitelisting though, or any other configuration.
- (2018-05-22) Sean Wcisel: Works on more websites than most similar extensions, but has no configurability whatsoever. With that said, this extension does its job effectively in many cases. Though the app claims to only invert background images, many developers use the background image of a sized element as a means of displaying images that cover their container. This means that on many websites, images that are part of the page content are inverted with no way to revert to their original color values. As a suggestion to the developer, it may make sense to disable inversion for background images of certain element types. In particular, anchor tags (<a .../>) often have a background image that is meant as an interactive part of the page content. P.S. Though this extension was updated recently, the developer's url (which is the same as the app's "website") is broken. If this project is open source, I could try to put together a PR to make the changes I suggested in my review.
- (2018-03-05) Prehistoric: Make the same for Firefox pls.