[arch-general] FF Browser Tip for Archers who like a darker desktop (DR, you listening?)

Myra Nelson myra.nelson at hughes.net
Sun Aug 15 19:07:13 EDT 2010

On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 17:03, David C. Rankin <
drankinatty at suddenlinkmail.com> wrote:

> Guys,
>        Here is a quick browser tip for firefox. About a year ago I stumbled
> across 'NightShift - Eyecare' that did a fantastic job at basically
> inverting the way firefox rendered pages darkening the display and providing
> immediate relief to tired eyes:
> NightShift - Eyecare (good title)
> http://userstyles.org/styles/18192
>        It's not for all pages, but when you need to read a page or two of
> text and you don't want to stare into a bright display, it is worth its
> weight in gold.
>        Last night, I had to rebuild my firefox install (moving ~/.mozilla
> ~/.mozilla-sav and starting new). Looking for nightshift again (not
> remembering what it was called and searing 'night' on userstyles.org, I
> stumbled across 'Midnight Surfing' and gave it a try. Wow, it worked better
> in some circumstances. That was cool, so I thought I would pass it along to
> the list:
> Midnight Surfing
> http://userstyles.org/styles/23516
>        It can be a great tool to stick in your toolbox for the right
> circumstance and since stylish integrates nicely with FF providing the
> little status bar on/off dialog for the styles, you can flip it on/off with
> no effort at all.
>        Install stylish before going to userstyles.org and you can then
> just load the styles into firefox. Get stylish at the mozilla addons site:
> https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/downloads/latest/2108/addon-2108-latest.xpi?src=search
> Enjoy!

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That's one I missed. Thanks a lot, it makes browsing much easier. Leave it
to a fellow Texan.


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