Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Ура! Наконец-то!Правда красит сайты после прогрузки страницы и если страница тяжёлая или не прогружается до конца, окраски не происходит. Зато если нажать Esc - срабатывает сразу.Автору огромное спасибо!!!Если не трудно, добавьте пожалуйста режим "окрашивать вообще все сайты в одну из выбранных схем".
ДПЛ: только что заметил сбой: если открыть ссылку нажатием средней кнопки мыши, то страница не перекрашивается.
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Hurrah! Finally! But paints the sites after the full loading the page and if the page heavy or not loading to the end, coloring is not happening. But if you press Esc - triggered immediately. Author thank you!!! If it is not difficult, please add mode "painted in General all sites in one of the selected schemes."
UPD: I just noticed a bug: if you open a link by pressing the middle mouse button, the page is not repainted.
button dissapears - can't test Rated 1 out of 5 stars
button dissapears - can't test - incompatible with some other plugins
ed.: button dissapears every time some addon is installed/remove - that's unaceptable - had to remove
Please let me know your Firefox version and add-on list by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), so I may debug this problem and may provide a patch.
UPDATE: I have seen this behaviour being caused by certain SDK-based addons, such as an old version of MediaPlus. Updating Firefox to the latest version might solve this issue.
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Сравнив с Color Transform 4.1 от pjs и Blank Your Monitor + Easy Reading 1.9.7 от dlento предпочел последний.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.4).
Since BYM simply sets the default color options, it completely wipes out functional differences between text colors and it may lead to unreadable text on top of background images.
Excellent! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I love this! It saves my eyes and makes things so much fun!
There is one little problem, though. If I hold ctrl and click I can make a division bar under the Property Group button. I love this; however, I cannot make the division line go away or move it to a new location. I want to be able to move the line up to a different spot.
Other than that, it does not color the Google search results. :(
A cool thing I think would be nice is if I could exclude certain colors. I wanted to do an infrared vision effect, which turned out cool for the most part, but infrared vision is white, yellow, orange, red, violet, purple, blue, black ___ It's hard to exclude green and cyan, and pink...
1) You may use ctrl-click again on a property to remove the division above it. Dragging of lines or properties is not implemented, but would be nice indeed. I may add drag-and-drop capabilities in a later version.
2) As for Google, it renews the page in a way which is not recognized by Colorific, such that search results are not colorized from the second page on. I am looking for a general fix for this kind of problem. For now, you may double-click the toolbar button to re-apply the colorization manually.
3) The order of the colors is simply fixed by the HSL transform, although it could easily be defined otherwise. Methods to define arbitrary curves in color spaces do exist, and I might one day add those to Colorific.
thanx Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thank you so much for the reply, i tried for the sittings but it was always colored like a cartoon, i wanted just to change the white background to gray, anyway thanks and keep going ;)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.1). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Thank you for your review. I will consider adding a second row of simpler themes that merely darken or invert a subset of page colors. UPDATE: Your wish has been granted.
Thanks for the quick reply Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Can I change only the foreground colors to change its brightness? To increase speed, can we save the settings (for a site) somehow and use it (I am not sure)? Great addon anyways. Giving 5 star for fast reply.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1). This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
1) Checking only 'Foreground styles' in the menu should work.
2) Settings cannot yet be saved.
3) I work on increasing the speed by applying SVG filters to images and by doing several low-level optimizations.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent !!! I LOVE it ! It is beautiful and calming for eyes ! Thank you ! ;o))This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Now It is convenient to work at night. Thank you!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1).
Very cool but a bit buggy Rated 3 out of 5 stars
A great idea, especially with all the customization. But I run into constant issues, the more complex a page is.
First, the 'filters' seem to apply over themselves _most of the time_, making a page darker and darker, or a text more and more saturated.
Then when you duplicate a tab, the new copy has some differences (!) e.g. the rating stars on mozilla.org are no more color-filtered, some page areas revert to the original unfiltered colors etc. (even with "all pages" option enabled.
Also on complex pages, the loading (or rather displaying) time is 2,3,4 times longer than before, probably because of the parsing.
Looking forward to the new faster & more stable version.
Thank you for the helpful review.
Colorific is meant as a one-click color transform. For iterative use, you may find my extension 'Color Transform' more useful. I will look into an approach that retains the initial color values, but of course this would come with a memory cost.
I will test the 'Duplicate Tab' case, as I have not done so yet. I did encounter similar issues on Google when moving to other pages with search results. The cause is probably that the 'load' event is not fired again for duplicated pages and contained documents.
As for the transform time, transforming no other images than small background images usually leads to an acceptable result and delay, but this is dependent on your system.
Complex pages take proportionally longer to transform, but some page authors make a real mess and create huge css files. In a later version, I will provide options to exclude such pages/domains from automatic transformation.
So good for my eyes! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This extension is excellent for darkening the all-too-bright web designs that hurt our eyes. I don't understand how it's done, but the preset color scheme is actually reasonably good looking. (At least better than many original designs!)
The only missing piece is a setting to (selectively) apply the filter for a whole site automatically. (Right now, you must press the button every time for each page, which makes it impractical for many scenarios). But apparently this feature is already in the oven.
I am currently testing the first level of automation: application of the color transform to all opened pages. I will release a new version as soon as I am pleased with its performance.
A later version will add domain-specific settings. This will take somewhat longer to work out, because those settings need to be encrypted.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
does what it says but unfortunately I am finding it hard to actually grasp what the real purpose of this extension is?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0).
The general purpose is to give users more control over the way in which web content is presented (see also Column Reader, one of my other extensions). Colorific may be used by web designers to easily test alternate designs, but average users should also find many applications, such as preparing web content for use in presentations or simply for reading in the dark using a light-on-dark color scheme.
sorry Rated 4 out of 5 stars
i made a mistake i wish if the effect can be memorized for the websiteThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0). This user has a previous review of this add-on.
This feature is on my to-do list for both Colorific and Color Transform, but it will probably take one or two months. (I have been asked for this before, but I first improved the speed of the color transformation.)
Where? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Dont see the button anywhere.Please help.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0).
The menu button should appear in the Navigator Toolbar, but you may otherwise find it in the Customize Toolbar. Click right on a toolbar, choose 'Customize ..', find the button and drag it to where you want to place it.
In case you have installed the experimental version which was online for one or two days, please uninstall it and download the latest version.