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IDEA: NightMode (switch display colors for ones suitable for working in the dark

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In linux (gnome) this is easy to do for the entire OS. Most apps respect it. Problem is webpages, they are usually white...
-urlwolf (March 30, 2010, 04:30 PM)
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Webpages: in Firefox: Tools / Options / Content / Colors: disable the "allow pages to choose their own colors". Then, enable "Use system colors", or configure your own colors. Looks great. A good idea would be a "toggle" button for these options...

Just seen this on lifehacker

It says "Linux only" right on the first line.

F.Lux is well known, but it's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about reversing the screen colors.

Thanks anyway.

I've tried that one already, and uninstalled it soon after. I can't remember the details, but it's a too complex program for a simple thing I want to achieve (dark screen). Meanwhile I'm with NiteView.

I actually got NiteViews source code, but I haven't had the time to mess around with it.

There's also Windowshades - it's an overlay but very configurable, it might help ?


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