However, Dark Reader doesn’t detect if a site has a darkish mode routinely, and there’s no keyboard shortcut for toggling darkish mode on and off per web site, which I missed from Noir. A good instance is The New York Times and Vulture, which is pictured above. Far too often, when I’m reading late at evening with the lights off, I faucet on a Times hyperlink and get blinded by its shiny white background. With Noir, that doesn’t happen as a end result of the extension can apply a darkish mode to websites that don’t have their very own.
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