Attempt to convert pages to darker pages to be more eye-friendly in a dark environment.
When you're sitting in a dark environment browsing through bright pages is really annoying, even with your monitor setup as dark as possible. Chrome in the dark, when enabled, modifies the page colors to be darker. To do this there are currently 2 methods (or modes). *Reverse Colors* (default) Every 'too bright' background color is converted to it's negative (the text color is also reversed for readability). Pages may appear ugly, but at the very least they won't hurt your eyes anymore (or at least less then before?). *Darken Screen* A black transparent layer is added on top of the page. This basically created an effect similiar to darkening your monitor. After installation a new button will be added to chrome and with a single click you can enable or disable the darkening. You may switch modes in the plugin options.
- (2017-03-08) Motoki Kamimura: 軽量で良い。
- (2016-11-05) Cheng Benny: 很好用，不會傷眼睛
- (2016-07-23) Михаил Тюшкевич: bugged
- (2014-10-29) Marc Guiselin: It requires a page reload and doesn't affect gradients. It is helpful when reading at night tho. It also does not affect images like some other similar extensions i know, which i find to be a nice feature
- (2014-01-18) Sebastiaan Meijer: Just what I needed, this makes late-night programming a lot more bearable!
- (2013-08-03) Mario Vermeulen: Excellent tool, just what i was looking for!
- (2018-05-12, v:2.0.0) Piyush Mehta: How to use it? It is not working
When I click it nothing happens. How to use it?
- (2015-08-29, v:2.0.0) Tarek Ahmed: Transparency adjustment
It would be very nice to allow the transparency level to be set by the user. This extension would also be better without the need to reload the tab after activation.
- (2015-07-24, v:2.0.0) Indi Vids: level of darkness
would be great if there was a slider to change of dark you can make the layer that covers the screen sometimes it seems too dark