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Midnight Lizard web-extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox provides custom color schemes for all websites. Each color scheme works on all websites and will never become outdated. There are many predefined color schemes and you can install more from midnight-lizard.org

Wikipedia example

Choose between dark, light, grayscale or colorful color schemes
Modify existing or create new color schemes
Use different color schemes on each website
Adjust brightness, saturation, contrast and hues
Improve accessibility and readability
Increase contrast to make text easier to read
Apply blue light filter to shift all colors towards red light
Keep original images and hues without inversion
Schedule automatic activation and deactivation
Or follow system color scheme schedule
Use with PDF and local files (enable in browser settings)
        PDF processing is available only in Chromium-based browsers
Dynamically change Firefox theme (disabled by default)
Shade bright colors and images
Change any colour you want
Synchronize your settings
Configure background, text, buttons, links, borders, images and scrollbars
Apply globally, per-website or with url match patterns
Switch between websites blacklist and whitelist modes
Use Simplified mode to improve performance on heavy websites
Use keyboard shortcuts to toggle extension
on current website: Alt+Shift+L
globally: Alt+Shift+M

CONTRIBUTING

Help translate Midnight Lizard into other languages
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