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Turn Off the Lights

https://www.turnoffthelights.com/
Dims the brightness level of your browser’s background and lets you enjoy watching a video online. No fancy extras, just lightweight, perfect darkness!

Turn Off the Lights Mini covers the webpage with a black screen when you click the toolbar button. Everything except media like videos or games, frames and Flash objects will be hidden by it. This allows you to watch online videos, play Flash games, etc in a much more enjoyable way.

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Basic features

  • Dims the web page when you click the gray lamp button
  • Automatic Flash detection for embed, video, object and iframe
  • Customizable screen color and opacity
  • Optional shortcut key


If you want the full version with features such as YouTube Auto HD, YouTube Auto Wide, Atmosphere Lighting, Eye Protection, Night Mode, Camera Motion, etc then use the original Turn Off the Lights that can be downloaded on the official website. https://www.turnoffthelights.com

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 22 May 2015.



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