Dark Theme & intro to Care Your Eyes Chrome Plugin
LNFantastic last edited by
I'm not sure if this has been brought up before but reading prepub on desktop browser can get eye straining for me after a while. Have you guys thought about implementing a dark theme like youtube now has and some forums are doing?
For now I'm using Care Your Eyes plugin for chrome to switch the site to a dark color scheme but it's not perfect and I would always prefer something being natively supported. Below are screenshots of it in action. I have it set to whitelist mode, enable on this site, and then Night Mode (colors are automatically chosen based on default colors). I actually really like the goldenrod color scheme it has converted it to.
I'd like something like this but for mobile, since that's where I do most of my reading. The current system darkens everything but the text page.
I use the text to speech so I don't have to stare at the screen. Forums are on dark theme for me.
Do you use any programs for blue light management on your phone? The one I used to use, Twilight, added permissions I don't want to agree to, and the replacement I tried sucked. =[
DarKraD last edited by DarKraD
There's a new dark theme plugin for Chrome that was introduced a couple days a ago here. I've been using it since then and it's quite good. They're also developing a Firefox version too.
@lnfantastic Thanks for the tip on the Chrome plugin. I was having exactly the same problem. White background with black text is a cardinal sin of reading novels on the web