Update: Turn Off The Lights extension for Microsoft Edge now available
As we reported earlier in the month of march about “Turn off the Lights” which is a New Extension for Microsoft Edge, The latest news is that it is now appears in the Windows Store, but you can’t get it yet. This news is confirmed by Walkingcat on its twitter account.
Turn Off the Lights for Microsoft Edge is in the Store https://t.co/mG0eRyVqGl
— WalkingCat (@h0x0d) September 23, 2016
This is a lightweight and useful add-in designed for a more comfortable watching experience. It works for all known video sites such as YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Hulu, Metacafe, YouKu, etc. Not only this but these extensions are compatible with Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge, Maxthon and Yandex web browsers.
Turn off the Lights Features:
- + Turn the lights back on, by clicking on the black layer
- + Supports multiple video sites: YouTube, HTML5 video,… and more
- + Customize your YouTube: Auto HD: Set videos to play in HD automatically. Users can select from highres 8K > 5K> 4K > 1080p > 720p > 480p > 360p > 240p > 144p > default Auto Wide: Automatically plays the videos on the widest mode ,… and more
- + Easter Eggs: Shortcut key: T -> Do you like a real movie theater feeling?
- + Option to make the screen dark when the user clicks on the play button
- + Option to turn on/off the fade in and fade out effects
- + Custom colors
- + Option for Flash Detection
- + Option to Show Dimness Level Bar
- + Option for Eye Protection for when it’s night, with whitelist/blacklist filter
- + Option for atmosphere lighting that shows a glow around the video player
- + Option to show the dark layer on the top of the window
- + Option for shortcut keys: Ctrl
- + Shift
- + L to toggle the lights Alt
- + F8 to restore the default opacity value Alt
- + F9 to save the current opacity value Alt
- + F10 to enable/disable the Eye Protection feature Alt
- + (arrow up) to increase the opacity Alt
- + (arrow down) to decrease the opacity Alt
- + * to toggle the lights on all open tabs
- + Option for Camera Motion
- + Option for Speech Recognition
- + Option for Mouse Wheel Volume Control for each HTML5 video player
- + Option to add a filter to the current HTML5 video player (grayscale, sepia, invert, contrast, saturate, hue rotation and brightness)
- + Option to show the Audio Visualization effect on top of the current HTML5 video (Blocks, Frequency and Music Tunnel)
- + Option to loop the current HTML5 video player
- + Option to place the Night Mode switch to toggle YouTube in black or white theme, with whitelist/blacklist filter Time stamp: Activate the Night Mode within the chosen time Blackout: Dims the web page and activates the Night Mode
- + Option to stop YouTube and HTML5 videos from automatically playing.
- + and more…
You can find it here on Windows Store.