color annoyances: the terror regime of white and bright colors
I recently set my gtk theme to Tenebrific, it's a beautiful black theme. I also set my background color to black, and my eyes loved the lack of light that was reaching them . I would like light grey text on dark grey background even more, but haven't found such a theme yet.
Then I started flock (for those who don't know it: it's a webbrowser based on firefox). The menu bar used the white text color of the gtk theme, but the light blue background color of the flock theme - and there is only one flock theme right now! OK, I can live without a readable menu bar. What's worse is that some websites - such as archlinux.org - set the background color of input boxes but not the foreground color. White text on light blue background again! Also quite painful is the fact that most websites use light and bright colors, which contrast with the dark rest of my GUI.
Of course I could use a webbrowser that doesn't show any colors or graphics, but many pages become nearly unreadable in those. So how do I make the web eye-friendly without creating an own css for each and every page? The best solution would be something that makes everything except links greyscale, even images (except when pointed at).