Rated 4.4 out of 5
4.4 Stars out of 5
- by Firefox user 15017886, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Finally! Great dark mode extension with a blue light filter and LOOOADS of ways to customize things. The best thing? It preserves the web page's elements and styles flawlessly. Great app, thank you!
- by BlackWinny, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Wonderful extension! Working perfect on almost all the websites.
Just a curious notable exception : on Amazon it slows down drastically the progressive display of the pages while I don't encounter this issue using darkreader (other excellent extension but less flexible). So I use both, depending on whether I'm on Amazon or elsewhere.
Could you see what could be the cause in Midnight Lizard's code?
Midnight Lizard will largely be the best with that optimization of the execution speed on such very popular websites with lots of elements.
Thank you Pavel !
The page you've linked (just below) is very smart with its descriptive screenshots coming with the text. I'm going to make experiments with the advices it contains.
About the other similar extensions (darkreader in my case) no, there is no risk... for the moment I use them both as if it were with a switch button: always only one enabled in the FF add-ons page (as a kind of logical XOR gate in mind).
Thanks a lot for your answer!
Developer responseposted a year agoHere's a tutorial on how to improve Midnight Lizard performance:
Please also make sure you don't have any other similar extension enabled on the same page.
- by Firefox user 14984326, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Years of uni in front of a computer have really messed with the eyes, even tried blue-block glasses, but oddly took them of at night! Almost every websites blinding white background is a pain (for me) . This add-on is is awesome, some sites need a little tweaking, lesser ones used I guess, e.g., some some bars and captions don't like the change, but a little tweak here and there and you will have a much better experience, if that's your thing. I use Firefox and it can be a little intensive, but an occasional complaining yellow bar is hardly an inconvenience when you conciser what's going on behind the scenes.
I'm not normally a review writer, but this is deserving, top marks for Pavel Agarkov for Midnight Lizard. Well worth a small donation.
Developer responseposted a year agoThank you for the feedback. Please take a look on this tutorial to improve Midnight Lizard performance:
- by KunstWet-ArtsLoi, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5I absolutely love this extension. Essential. It just doesn't work too well with my email provider (Protonmail) but that's just a minor inconvenience, that's probably the only site (with Google maps) where I have ML disabled. Keep developing it!