I have neither a perfect monitor nor do I have perfect eyes. More often than not, I run into web sites that are just too dim/faded that I cannot read the text or see text boxes. I have seen this referred to as "The Grey Plague".

Since I can use <CRTL> wheel to change font size, what code can I write to use <ALT> wheel to change the font contrast?

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I use a Mac now, but I remember back in the day, Internet Explorer had a settings option to override any website's CSS with your own color scheme. There might be Chrome extensions or Firefox plugins that do this as well.

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I use a Mac now, but I remember back in the day, Internet Explorer had a settings option to override any website's CSS with your own color scheme. There might be Chrome extensions or Firefox plugins that do this as well.

Any improvement when you set your Operating System to "Hi-contrast" general appearance? There could be such useful options labeled "Accessibility" or so; no need to be very disabled to enjoy them ; )

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