I'm not sure if it's still possible to override all css on pages with any browsers but I used to do that with Netscape since I wanted dark background to let my eyes rest. Blue light is not good for the eyes in the long run.
I don't think webpages can read your windows color preferences in any way yet?
Why should they need to?
Your user agent could apply CSS based on the OS theme.
So I decided to build my own.
Let me know your feedback or maybe suggest some of your favorite apps that you are using in the dark mode and, HN :)
"Curated" generally implies the selections were hand-picked by a single person or small group of people, presumably because they are high-quality. There's a big difference between, say, "Curated list of the best sci-fi novels" and "100 most popular sci-fi books from Reddit." The word is definitely abused by some but it still conveys useful information when used properly.
That being said, it sounds like the author is trying to create a comprehensive list of apps rather than a curated one (which makes sense in this case), so the word wouldn't even apply in this scenario.
Citationsy (a webapp that let’s you create citations and reference lists) has a night mode, here’s a screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/ZpDBIZE.png
Discord! Native dark theme support.
Also a project I open sourced a few weeks ago uses a default dark theme (:
Tangent - Firefox mobile recently added a “Night Mode” that seems to just invert the colors of a site. It has an odd effect on things already in night mode, hah.
Let's see how long will it take me to make a dark mode for https://cryptojobslist.com
Scrivener - Can be styled to have a dark mode and the newest releases for iOS have one you can select.
Sabnzbd - Has a night mode for their web interface
Boostnote - Has a variety of themes. Great for markdown notes and coding notes.
SumatraPDF - Allows customization of the color scheme in the Advanced options section. Requires knowledge of HTML colors
Now I can't find the extension in my chrome://extensions. Anyone else facing this?
No special app support required. I only switch when I'm watching a video, and that's my internal reminder that I'm probably not doing something productive.
(Settings → General & Preferences → Theme → Dark)
I’d qualify the inclusion of FastMail because the mobile app doesn’t yet support the dark theme. (It will, it just doesn’t yet. There’s a fair bit of refactoring of the style system to make it work better pending.) Then again, half of the websites listed on this site depend on applying user styles or installing a browser extension…