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    CSS filters

    Chromium and Chrome 19 have a new feature that could be considered an asset to those who have sensitive vision although the feature may not have been designed with that in mind.

    Anyway, http://blog.chromium.org/2012/06/acc...landed-in.html is a good read and its implementation can be seen by installing the High Contrast extension (made by Google) in Chrome or Chromium 19 (but not older versions):
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...innjlhdjlikmph

    Those who prefer somewhat darker backgrounds while reading may consider the "inverted grayscale option".

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    Re: CSS filters

    Thank you very much for that. The high contrast will help someone that I know that has some eye problems.
    Many thanks,

    Yoej

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    Re: CSS filters

    You're welcome. I prefer the inverted grayscale option myself. Too much white on a screen irritates my eyes.

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