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Mata

The night vision for the web. Read easier on the eyes.

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Wilbert Liu@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
Hello product hunters! Here i announce you what i made on the weekend. Yeah, it's my side project, to solve pain in my eyes when reading much blog posts, especially at night. After tweeting to some people (more on it later, maybe on some blog post? 😊), i've decided to make it available for everyone, also the source code, so everyone could be happy to use this and probably improve this in future. So, let's discuss this for further improvements. Let me know if you have any thoughts. EDIT: Remove the upvote thing πŸ˜‚
Frank@fbara
Would love to try this but don't know how to 'install' it. Any help is appreciated.
Wilbert Liu@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
@fbara Hello Frank! Thanks for shouting that out! Now there is a section called "Installation" and you could follow that. Hope this helps πŸ™
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Olivier El Mekki@oelmekki Β· maker
My eyes and me, we thank you :) You should put it on chrome webstore if you want most people here to be able to try it. Also, using `$("body, body *").addClass("mata-friendly");` in js make it quite slow on big pages. Couldn't the same be achieved adding the "mata-friendly" class on body and applying styles in css on `.mata-friendly, .mata-friendly *`, instead? EDIT: confirmed ;) Made a PR.
Wilbert Liu
Maker
@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
@oelmekki Wohoo, this is awesome Olivier! πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸΎ At first i tested it on few websites, and it's still running well. But thanks for the pretty "performance fix" for this, will consider it to be changed. And for putting this on the Chrome web store, i don't think i would do so. Maybe somebody wants to grab the codes and put that on the web store? Cheers! πŸ˜€
Alex Wolkov ☭@altryne · UX, Front End
@oelmekki chrome webstore came up with this : https://chrome.google.com/websto...
Wilbert Liu
Maker
@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
Hello product hunters! Here i announce you what i made on the weekend. Yeah, it's my side project, to solve pain in my eyes when reading much blog posts, especially at night. After tweeting to some people (more on it later, maybe on some blog post? 😊), i've decided to make it available for everyone, also the source code, so everyone could be happy to use this and probably improve this in future. So, let's discuss this for further improvements. Let me know if you have any thoughts. EDIT: Remove the upvote thing πŸ˜‚
Frank@fbara
Would love to try this but don't know how to 'install' it. Any help is appreciated.
Wilbert Liu
Maker
@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
@fbara Hello Frank! Thanks for shouting that out! Now there is a section called "Installation" and you could follow that. Hope this helps πŸ™
Sushubh@sushubh Β· Admin, IBF
I am already using Readability but this looks nice too.
Moin Uddin@moinism Β· Creator/Developer
I don't know why, but I don't like the black backgrounds for reading. It annoys me and I always leave the site.
Wilbert Liu
Maker
@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
@moinism Hi Moin, thanks for your thoughts πŸ˜€ Here is the why (in a more detailed mode) : I found that when i read much stuffs on white background, it hurts my eyes. That's why i created this product. When i feel i could read some article in a white background, then i will go ahead. Otherwise, i will press Cmd+E (my favourite shortcut for this extension), and suddenly the article will be turned into the night vision (which is black and white), and.., i continue the reading.
Andrew Cantino@tectonic Β· Chief Architect, Mavenlink
See also BeeLine Reader (http://www.beelinereader.com) for a tool that makes reading easier. It has a mode that changes the background color, and it also applies color gradients that help you read faster by speeding up line transitions. Disclosure: I'm a co-founder.
Wilbert Liu
Maker
@wilbertliu Β· I live upon what I believe
@tectonic Hi Andrew! Nice to see another product on the same line, which should be good πŸ‘πŸ½ Personally i am not a fan of a gradient when reading, but your bookmarklet seems pretty neat. One of the feedback that i have received from people is they want this kind of product to be available on iPhone. Good luck bro! πŸ˜‰