More threads by djbaxter


Jun 28, 2012
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I spend a lot of hours at my desktop. I also am being treated for a medical condition which, combined with my myopia and chronic insomnia, has the side-effect of causing dry and tired-feeling eyes for a few to several days after a treatment.

I use Firefox as my default browser and I recently discovered and installed a new addon/extension called Dark Reader which when my eyes are at their worst helps. It just takes a mouse-click on the icon in my browser toolbar to enable or disable it.

This eye-care extension enables night mode creating dark themes for websites on the fly. Dark Reader inverts bright colors making them high contrast and easy to read at night. You can adjust brightness, contrast, sepia filter, dark mode, font settings and ignore-list. Before you install disable similar extensions.

Rating: 4.6 · ‎3,097 votes · ‎Free

Here's what LSF looks like when the extension is active: not bad at all. :)

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