Dark Reader is a dark mode extension for chrome. also, it is text reader extension. it's a free extension and is featured in Accessibility, it has 5,000,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.72 from 10,160 rated user, last update is 89 days ago.
This eye-care extension enables night mode by 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 the brightness, contrast, sepia filter, dark mode, font settings and the ignore-list. We may ask you to support the development of the app with a donation. You may see news about Dark Reader in the settings popup. There are Developer Tools for experienced users. Dark Reader doesn't show ads and doesn't send users' data anywhere. It's fully open-source: https://github.com/darkreader/darkreader Before you install it, disable similar extensions. Enjoy watching!
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I've seen MANY WebGL apps having their styling (hence, basic functionality) broken by this extension, and after investigating I found out that the extension prevents the exhibition of WebGL canvases positioned at negative z-index layers (which is very common in the WebGL ecosystem/industry: positioning renderers in negative z-index layers and content in positive z-index layers). Such careless intrusive prevention of content exhibition may lead non-technical users to believe that the website or web app they're trying to use is malfunctioning when it's actually the extension breaking their functionalities. I'm presuming the same end result this extension tries to deliver could be achieved properly by taking the minimum z-index value used by the website or app it's acting on into consideration instead of just hiding content.
Incredible extension! The granularity and control regarding per site settings and ways to toggle on/off automatically are all masterfully executed (though there is a slight learning curve). Props to the dev(s)!
Looooooooveee it. Made my day. The most useful plugin ever.