I've been using FF with a dark theme installed, and this is just what I've been looking for. I've found a bug on http://google.com, but it seems to be fixed (somehow) in the recent update. I also wrote a simple script to fix it :) Great job, keep up the good work!
Wonderful script and great introduction to GM and augmented browsing. Plus this looks absolutely fantastic with the Eclipse Theme for XP. Keep up the good work!
love it friend.. very very thanks
Because of a side-effect of one of my illnesses I get a problem with my eyes, if I see to much light in my area. So I like this script of "Greasemonkey" very much, it give me rest and I can sit longer as usuel behind the computer.
The problems with my eyes isn't easy for my family, but they respect it. I'm bedridden and handicapped, so I use the computer to have contact with others; I cannot watch a long time to a white screen (with normal daylight from outside). If the sun in shining in my livingroom, I put the 'venetian blinds' down, to bring more darkness. When I'm outside I can easy watching round in the daylight, only with the sun than I need sunglasses. If the problem started, I was behind my PC with sunglasses, but that's not easy watching if you need glasses to reed. Two glasses on my head (I've tried) it's crazy... :-), but the coming of this "Enchanged Black"-script gives more rest for my eyes and really. So the Userscript.org is also a medication :-)).
Only there must be more cooperation between the another script-makers, because p.e. with the program Downloadhelper (Firefox add-ons) and another script you can download from ± 40 websites. But now is the background black and nobody can watch that download-logo in the right corner below (Keep Tube)... So how can you fix that problem?
Anyway thanks you help me, and you thanks that you made all that scripts.
I'm open, honnest and sincere to myself and to others...!
excellent piece of work.. thnx mate..
use google a lot for photoshoppery and the like, this is the dogs bollocks,
thanks a million.
It is a script to put Google in black, and it is true that the original version (in white) is more tiring for the eyes.
Oh ya !!