Rated 4.4 out of 5
4.4 Stars out of 5
- by Azo, 7 days agoRated 5 out of 5Out of 40 extensions I've tried this masterpiece is for no reason was one of the least to get discovered. I assume due to its name having nothing in common with search context for matters it solves. This extension is truly a great career launcher on developer's portfolio. Look @ 40 others: most of them give you a single button/mode. Then more experiences guys on question added some modes & opened up entire CSS to do "whatever you feel like", but the trouble stays: there're always gonna be websites rendering poorly on various devices. Time changes them either. So what does the developer here perform? Instead of teaching us to code (CSS or whatever it's called) he designs a set of sliders with humanly understandable variables for us to tweak this sketchy looking icon in our own way. I've already spent an hour @ it & made most of my websites look waaaaaaaay better than any extension tried here by far. My pleasure using this product |
- by Firefox user 16067312, 18 days agoRated 1 out of 5I installed this ... everything slowed down to a crawl. My PC is no joke so this was a bit worrisome. This should not happen to this level of PC for a "color filter".
WORSE: I figured out why... When I installed this suddenly there was a new extra popover advertisement on youtube!!!! I instantly uninstalled.
The advertisement stopped happening after I removed this extension. DONT TOUCH unless you like extra advertisements! The injection code can explain the slowness. They need to mention they inject code for advertisements.
Its messed up to ask for donations AND advertise... Im going to report.
Developer responseposted 15 days agoMidnight Lizard does not inject any ads. Source code has been verified by Mozilla reviewers and certainly is safe.
The problem with YouTube you described might be due to ad blocking extension you are using could not block the ad soon enough so you saw the beginning. YouTube is quite heavy website, but they have built-in dark theme so you can disable Midnight Lizard there by Alt+Shift+L keyboard shortcut.
- by Axolotl, 23 days agoRated 4 out of 5Doesn't seem to have any permanent way to stop it from editing the scrollbar which is nothing if not infuriating
Developer responseposted 23 days agoTo disable scrollbars styling please open "Scrollbars" tab and uncheck "Change scrollbars style and colors". Then you can apply this change on the current website, globally by default or save current color scheme.