Need some help to enable containers extention dark mode via css cause it's burning my eyes thnx

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  • uc.css.js

    A dark indigo CSS theme for Firefox and a large collection of privileged scripts to add new buttons, menus, and behaviors and eliminate nuisances. The theme is similar to other userChrome stylesheets, but it's intended for use with an autoconfig loader like fx-autoconfig, since it uses JavaScript and Firefox's component registrar to implement its more functional features.

    as for the browser action popup document (and I assume the page action popup too?) there are a lot of elements and I'm not sure what variables you have set up. here's mine though, you can just replace the variables with your own. if you don't actually set any of the theme variables e.g. arrowpanel-background then you can save some time by opening the browser toolbox, click the element at the top of the inspector, and copy the variable declarations on it and paste them into the stylesheet

  • GitHub-Dark

    :octocat: Dark GitHub style

    personally, I use dark reader for most websites. if it breaks (or doesn't look good on) a website that I use very frequently, I make my own stylesheet for the website. which is very time-consuming so it's not like I can do that willy-nilly. in some cases I can find an existing stylesheet that's better than dark reader. like for github I use github dark, which requires stylus. and if it's a website I don't use that frequently and darkreader makes it unusable, I just leave darkreader off. just suck it up and use the website in "light mode" for as little time as possible.

  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support. Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

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