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artnook says

Hey buddies if you like this? 8-)

You don’t need to suffer bright white screens when you are working in the dark. Instead, try inverting your colors with the new Google Chrome extension “High Contrast”. You can also choose grayscale or even increased contrast.

“High Contrast” for Google Chrome is available here.

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Enabled Volunteer moderator says

My eyes… are crying… It’s perfect the way it is! At least for me! :D

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lifwanian says

You don’t need to suffer bright white screens when you are working in the dark…

And then you go to any other page and go blind…

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artnook says


You don’t need to suffer bright white screens when you are working in the dark…
And then you go to any other page and go blind…

Yeah, you’re right. ;)

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lifwanian says

There’s actually such a feature on my MacBook Pro – not sure for Windows based though.

Systems Preferences -> Universal Access -> Display: White on Black.

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Bedros says

Just bring your monitor brightness to something like 25%, when your not busy with design/color sensible work… 8-)

Works best for me.

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

Just don’t work in the dark ;) Since Tesla there’s no reason to. Plus, it’s bad for your eyes to begin with, even if you have a white-on-black monitor :P

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Tamixes says

A little bit off topic – but have you tried to google the word ‘askew’...

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