A lot of turkers like to work throughout the night or start early morning, but staring at the the new worker site (https://worker.mturk.com/) that is extremely bright and white makes for an unpleasant experience. So I set out and created some dark themes to counter that. 1. Install ExtensionTo install these themes, you will need to install a browser extension. If not already installed, download one of the available extensions listed below, according to the browser that you use: Chrome Stylus OR Tampermonkey Firefox Stylus OR Greasemonkey OR Tampermonkey Note: Other browsers are untested - feel free to try without official support. 2. Install ThemeDARK GREY THEME Latest Version: 0.13-BETA [December 23rd, 2019] Download Here - https://userstyles.org/styles/149148/mturk-worker-site-dark-theme-beta DARK BLUE THEME Latest Version: 0.13-BETA [December 23rd, 2019] Download Here - https://userstyles.org/styles/149700/mturk-worker-site-dark-blue-theme-beta Screenshots Dark Grey Theme - HIT Page - Dark rows = unqualified HITs, Lighter rows = qualified HITs. Dark Blue Theme - HIT Page - Dark rows = unqualified HITs, Lighter rows = qualified HITs. How to Update ThemesStylish does not support auto-updating at this time, so you'll have to either update it manually or install the script via the userscript (which updates the theme automatically within 24 hours of a pushed fix). If you prefer using Stylish, there are a few ways you can manually update: Go to the link of the theme above and click the big green "Update Style" button. OR Click the Stylish extension icon in your browser, then the 3 vertical dots (next to Stylish ON) and click Manage All Styles. Click Check for Updates, then Install Updates. NOTICE FOR MTURK SUITE USERSIf you are using MTS's built-in themes for MTurk prior to installing one of my themes, make sure to turn their theme off by setting it to "MTurk - Default", otherwise the themes will clash. Likewise, if you've previously used my theme(s) and switch over to MTS's themes, make sure you disable my theme(s) on Stylish, otherwise the themes will clash. Let me know of any issues not listed below and I'll try my best to fix them when I can. Known Issues: - Arrows on Service Health page are images, will need to be replaced - Some scripts rely on the worker site's stylesheets (colors), so some of the dark theme's coloring may carry over. I've noticed this happened with Overwatch, so I added additional stylesheet information to exclude that from happening to that particular script. -PS - Worth noting, if you've installed these script through the userstyles (Tampermonkey/Greasemonkey, but NOT the Stylus browser extension) the global blacklist that @ChrisTurk posted about (https://forum.turkerview.com/thread...on-mturks-bank-account-management-pages.2825/) prevents this theme from running on the new MTurk payment pages - you'll have to either whitelist the payment pages, install the script through the Stylus browser extension, or just ignore the fact that the payment pages won't be themed through the userstyles version. Hope this clears any confusion up! Additional Notes: In addition to the dark theme, I recommend checking out f.lux, which reduces blue light from your monitor by turning your screen an orangish hue (similar to how Gunnar glasses work). A lot of people hate f.lux at first, but tweak the settings and give it an honest chance. Once you get used to it, temporarily disable it and you'll be able to tell how much it really does help. I also recommend PangoBright, a piece of software that controls your monitors' brightness without having to navigate the cumbersome monitor menus (especially if you have more than 1 monitor). With PangoBright, you check which monitors are affected as well.