- by Firefox user 15684975, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Better than Dark Reader imo. You have choice of setting websites to default, stylesheet processor, invert, disabled, or simple CSS. The stylesheet processor is why I like this over Dark Reader; it's smarter than just a filter over the screen.
- by Red_Start, a year agoRated 3 out of 5Love this effect on some sites, but there should be a way to enable a whitelist so you can manually add sites that look good with it an allow all others to remain unchanged.
- by Firefox user 15698936, a year agoRated 1 out of 5I am absolutely upset at the way this delivers. It has the worst performance and lag when opening webpages and it does not allow you to change global preferences for everything. It always has to be "Default" and not "Invert" for example. This also breaks webpages super frequently. Dark Reader does not.
Compared to Dark Reader which is another free and high performing ad-don, this is SHAME! I am telling my friends to switch to Dark Reader. It is so much better, clean and faster!