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Ashley MLP Fangirl

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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from Giganthrax in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Chrome now has a built-in dark reader, at least in the Canary and Dev versions. you can enable it in the flags. 
     
    The flag to edit is: #enable-force-dark
    I've found that just setting it to enabled works the best, but you can experiment with different settings. 
     
    This is what the google search engine looks like with it enabled:

     
    I've experienced noticably faster browsing compared to chrome with the Dark Reader extention installed, and it seems to work better on some sites. however it has some problems on others, and unlike Dark Reader you can't just turn it off. doing that requires going into the flags, disabling it and restarting Chrome, however i think that when this is out of beta there will be an easy toggle for it somewhere. 
     
    The flag works on all platforms as far as i know, even mobile!
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    i didn't quote a newssource because well, all the information came from me. the articles that are out there explain exactly the same thing, and are already out of date. they mention needing Chrome Canary which is way more unstable than dev, while it works fine on the Dev version. 
     
    but, if you want an article, here is one i found. do note that you don't need Canary though. https://beebom.com/how-to-force-dark-mode-webpages-chrome/
  2. Agree
    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from soldier_ph in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    I just installed the normal release of chrome, and it’s not there. 
  3. Agree
    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to Doobeedoo in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Good everyone making dark mode native and realising it's very useful. 
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to LAwLz in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Tips to everyone reading this.
    1) Don't randomly change flags you don't understand what they do just because someone on the Internet told you to.
    2) Don't disable QUIC.
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from r2724r16 in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Chrome now has a built-in dark reader, at least in the Canary and Dev versions. you can enable it in the flags. 
     
    The flag to edit is: #enable-force-dark
    I've found that just setting it to enabled works the best, but you can experiment with different settings. 
     
    This is what the google search engine looks like with it enabled:

     
    I've experienced noticably faster browsing compared to chrome with the Dark Reader extention installed, and it seems to work better on some sites. however it has some problems on others, and unlike Dark Reader you can't just turn it off. doing that requires going into the flags, disabling it and restarting Chrome, however i think that when this is out of beta there will be an easy toggle for it somewhere. 
     
    The flag works on all platforms as far as i know, even mobile!
    ---
    i didn't quote a newssource because well, all the information came from me. the articles that are out there explain exactly the same thing, and are already out of date. they mention needing Chrome Canary which is way more unstable than dev, while it works fine on the Dev version. 
     
    but, if you want an article, here is one i found. do note that you don't need Canary though. https://beebom.com/how-to-force-dark-mode-webpages-chrome/
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from soldier_ph in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Chrome now has a built-in dark reader, at least in the Canary and Dev versions. you can enable it in the flags. 
     
    The flag to edit is: #enable-force-dark
    I've found that just setting it to enabled works the best, but you can experiment with different settings. 
     
    This is what the google search engine looks like with it enabled:

     
    I've experienced noticably faster browsing compared to chrome with the Dark Reader extention installed, and it seems to work better on some sites. however it has some problems on others, and unlike Dark Reader you can't just turn it off. doing that requires going into the flags, disabling it and restarting Chrome, however i think that when this is out of beta there will be an easy toggle for it somewhere. 
     
    The flag works on all platforms as far as i know, even mobile!
    ---
    i didn't quote a newssource because well, all the information came from me. the articles that are out there explain exactly the same thing, and are already out of date. they mention needing Chrome Canary which is way more unstable than dev, while it works fine on the Dev version. 
     
    but, if you want an article, here is one i found. do note that you don't need Canary though. https://beebom.com/how-to-force-dark-mode-webpages-chrome/
  7. Like
    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from Origami Cactus in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Chrome now has a built-in dark reader, at least in the Canary and Dev versions. you can enable it in the flags. 
     
    The flag to edit is: #enable-force-dark
    I've found that just setting it to enabled works the best, but you can experiment with different settings. 
     
    This is what the google search engine looks like with it enabled:

     
    I've experienced noticably faster browsing compared to chrome with the Dark Reader extention installed, and it seems to work better on some sites. however it has some problems on others, and unlike Dark Reader you can't just turn it off. doing that requires going into the flags, disabling it and restarting Chrome, however i think that when this is out of beta there will be an easy toggle for it somewhere. 
     
    The flag works on all platforms as far as i know, even mobile!
    ---
    i didn't quote a newssource because well, all the information came from me. the articles that are out there explain exactly the same thing, and are already out of date. they mention needing Chrome Canary which is way more unstable than dev, while it works fine on the Dev version. 
     
    but, if you want an article, here is one i found. do note that you don't need Canary though. https://beebom.com/how-to-force-dark-mode-webpages-chrome/
  8. Informative
    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from estcethomas in Chrome now has a built-in dark reader.   
    Chrome now has a built-in dark reader, at least in the Canary and Dev versions. you can enable it in the flags. 
     
    The flag to edit is: #enable-force-dark
    I've found that just setting it to enabled works the best, but you can experiment with different settings. 
     
    This is what the google search engine looks like with it enabled:

     
    I've experienced noticably faster browsing compared to chrome with the Dark Reader extention installed, and it seems to work better on some sites. however it has some problems on others, and unlike Dark Reader you can't just turn it off. doing that requires going into the flags, disabling it and restarting Chrome, however i think that when this is out of beta there will be an easy toggle for it somewhere. 
     
    The flag works on all platforms as far as i know, even mobile!
    ---
    i didn't quote a newssource because well, all the information came from me. the articles that are out there explain exactly the same thing, and are already out of date. they mention needing Chrome Canary which is way more unstable than dev, while it works fine on the Dev version. 
     
    but, if you want an article, here is one i found. do note that you don't need Canary though. https://beebom.com/how-to-force-dark-mode-webpages-chrome/
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to plurus in 10 ways Windows is just BETTER   
    Nothing says OS unity like two different looks side by side. 

     
     
  10. Agree
    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to Origami Cactus in Peeping into baby rooms: Apexis and Sumpple smart camera database leak   
    Now that is really bad.
    One more reason to build your own security system instead of using a cheap chinese one.
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to kelvinhall05 in Trouble with Proton and Beamng Drive on Linux   
    You probably have the wrong GPU drivers enabled in the kernel. I can't remember how to do it, but I do know that @Twilight helped me with this exact issue, and he'll probably help you out.
  12. Funny
    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from kirashi in 10 ways Windows is just BETTER   
    i'm just giving my opinion on their points. i didn't contest some, because they were right there. but at this point other than gaming and compatibility Windows doesn't do it "better". 
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to Mind_001 in 10 ways Windows is just BETTER   
    All this is coming from a Windows user. They never even TRIED Linux/OSX. It's all biased from a Windows point of view.
     
    If you would of tred all three, you wouldn't be saying this...
     
    Linux is superior in it's own ways. BTW, Linux doesn't get BSODs...
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in 10 ways Windows is just BETTER   
    it would have been dead with Windows 8. Windows 8 was a good OS, but the crap that it got in the media would have killed Microsoft straight up. 
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to kelvinhall05 in 10 ways Windows is just BETTER   
    Yeah, but I bet if Linux had the funding and manufacturer support of Windows, Windows would be the "hipster OS".
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to lukasprime in 10 ways Windows is just BETTER   
    rip embed?
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to LukeSavenije in Moderators on the Forum   
    wait...
     
    wait...
     
    wait...
     
    I'm @Twilight?
  19. Funny
    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from kirashi in Android 10 is here and I like it.   
    soo it's basically a complete iOS ripoff to give it some of the features iOS has had for a while, sometimes years?
    ok not entirely i get that, but it borrows heavily from iOS. 
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from macminitosh in Better Apple CEO: Steve Jobs or Tim Cook?   
    i voted for Jobs. he made apple what it is today. 
     
    Cook has some good qualities, namely his honesty and belief in privacy, but overall Jobs was better. 
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from XxDEATHB3TCHxX in Better Apple CEO: Steve Jobs or Tim Cook?   
    i voted for Jobs. he made apple what it is today. 
     
    Cook has some good qualities, namely his honesty and belief in privacy, but overall Jobs was better. 
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from Zando Bob in windows 10 1903 problem   
    also quote people so they get notifications for your replies. 
     
    @flibberdipper @Zando Bob there is your notification
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl reacted to ryao in Far Cry New Dawn Benchmark shows performance on Linux within 2% to 3% of performance on Windows   
    The kernel has been patched with a change that Valve proposed to increase performance and the latest release drivers have been used, so this is likely a sign of things to come rather than the current out of box experience with Linux. However, if more titles become like this with the latest changes, we could see a situation where the performance difference becomes negligible after they become part of mainstream Linux installations.
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    Ashley MLP Fangirl got a reaction from Schnoz in What web browser do you use?   
    i use Chromium Edge Canary. 
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