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Would this be possible? It would help my poor eyes.

I guess there could be a Chrome/Firefox extension to do this.

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Downvoters please add a comment so I know whats wrong with the question. – ismail Dec 31 '10 at 19:53
@Ismail Generally on meta a downvote means they disagree – Michael Mrozek Dec 31 '10 at 20:05
@Michael , interesting but OK. Thanks :) – ismail Dec 31 '10 at 20:06
Which SE site are you talking about? – Donal Fellows Dec 31 '10 at 22:00
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You can easily do exactly what you asked for:

$("head link[rel=stylesheet]").attr("href",

...but that also replaces the site's branding (= logo) with StackOverflow's. Given the site's markup that's not easily fixable (it'd require a StackAuth API call and the replacement of the #hlogo a rule, and then some hardcoding for sites the logos of which are designed for a black background).

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Maybe you rather want to report an issue on the relevant site's meta, tagged "design". :)

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Well, I could do that but I'd like to do that for all Stackexchange sites, so I wondered if there is a common way of doing it :-) Thanks! – ismail Dec 31 '10 at 18:39

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