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So I’ve been waiting for the UI overhaul to maybe fix this issue, but it looks like it’s gonna take some time still.

I gotta say, editing on 27" of blinding whiteness is killing my eyes:

Does anyone know of a script or some browser extension that could dim the backgrounds at least a little? I already tried ‘Turn Off the Lights’, but unfortunately it breaks the MB formatting :frowning:

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In Opera we used to have user CSS for that.
On current browsers I think there is an extension called Stylish, it something like that…

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Thank you so much for this!

Pre-made style + some tweaking. Ain’t exactly pretty, but it’s definitely bearable now:

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Maybe you can share the style and tweaks you used so others who might be interested can copy it? :slight_smile:

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Style:

Extension:

The only things I tweaked were colours to my liking by trial and error:

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And as you can see, there’s a color picker beside every hex value right inside the code, so I think it’s the best to just spend 15 minutes like me and play with the values. I honestly picked them randomly until I liked the results. It’s all live editing, so you can place the tabs side by side and see the differences immediately :slight_smile:

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You can also check out this chrome extension. Works like charm!

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You can also check out this chrome extension. Works like charm!

Wow! I really like the extension. Thanks.

There’s also Dark Reader version for Firefox.

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I come back here to seriously discourage you using this extension as Stylish was reported as spyware.

Use what @Skeebadoo advised: The open source extension Stylus, available for Firefox, Chrome and Opera.

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Stylus working “out of the box” on Firefox Android.

Didn’t know I needed it until I tried it.

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