LTolledo wrote: ↑
Sat Dec 07, 2019 8:36 pm
I think I like gkreidl's style for the for the "dark theme"
as sometimes I feel that using the default theme (and the other), the monitor is too bright on a darkened room.
if the CSS style is made available I might give it a try as well.
(hope it comes with instructions how to implement as I've zero CSS "programming" skills)
I found this user style at userstyles.org:
https://userstyles.org/styles/2187/myfa ... lor-scheme
There is an extension "Stylish" for Chromium/Chrome/Vivaldi (and I suppose also for Firefox), which allows installing and using userstyles. I have just tested this style with Vivaldi and it works.
In kweb it is different. Most of the global styles don't work with the webkit engine. But this one does. It can be activated from the utilities page or from the (address) input line:
to switch it off, just enter "&" and hit "Return"