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I have often visit sites with bad color scheme. There is light gray text on white background.

Is any simple way to apply custom (css?) rules for such sites?

I am using google-chrome.

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Using stylebot you can locally edit the CSS

Open Stylebot after installation:

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Click on the element you wish to highlight:

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go to advanced:

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Note the div name and the css implemented:

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View the outcome:

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Then simply click the "x" at the top of the screen:

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After I click on "x" all my style cleared and site became unreadable again. – Korjavin Ivan Sep 5 '13 at 16:18

Have a look at stylebot. Have tried it for several websites, does the job well.

Another option would be Stylish, but I haven't tried this one.

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Looks like stylebot works bad. After reload all styles cleared. And I doesn't see how to save any settings permanently. – Korjavin Ivan Sep 5 '13 at 11:30
    
Can't reproduce that issue. Updated answer to include Stylish. – pritaeas Sep 5 '13 at 13:57
    
May be its about my chrome version - 31.0.1612.0 dev – Korjavin Ivan Sep 5 '13 at 16:23

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