Invert the luminance of a website to make it easier on the eyes.
## What's new in 0.7.4? ##
* Tweak smart mode image correction rules to improve images on Wikipedia, Medium, and other sites.
* Fix "infinite page" bug when viewing raw files and sites that invoke "quirks mode."
## What's new in 0.7.3? ##
* Fix issue with pages becoming too large and adding unnecessary scrollbars
## What's new in 0.7.2? ##
* Fix issues inverting the background incorrectly on many sites.
* Reduce white areas when pages load.
* Fix wrongly inverted videos affecting some social media sites.
* Fix inability to clear some saved site data.
* Fix late-loading images remaining inverted.
## What's new in 0.7.1? ##
* Overhaul "Kill Backgrounds" to make it useful on more sites.
* Google's search page now works by default in "Keep Images Normal" mode.
* Fix issue saving the "Kill Backgrounds" setting as default.
Invert the brightness of the web without changing the colors! Useful as a night mode to darken most bright web sites (like Google), or just for making the web soothing black instead of glaring white. Similar to the "High Contrast" or "Hacker Vision" extensions, but tries not to ruin images by blowing out the contrast or changing the colors.
Warning: because of the way this extension inverts the luminance of rendered pages, it may cause noticeable slowdowns for some users. If this happens, you may prefer another extension that uses custom CSS to set the default background and text color of web pages.