Lights Out & Youtube Center Compatibility Fix
- Release Notes:
- (v1.1: ) Update project with references to GitHub repository
- (v1.0: ) Released under the CC BY-NC-SA license
This userstyle is only a modification that makes the YTC extension/userscript and the YLO Theme userstyle compatible with one another. By default, the settings popup of YTC is all white and clashes quite severely with the dark colors of the YLO Theme. This userstyle applies the main and secondary colors of the YLO Theme to the settings popup of YTC, bringing the clashing white on black conflict to a rightful end.
If you find any bugs or need to request a feature please do so via the https://github.com/emabrey/ytcdarksettings/issues- I will do my best to answer and address your issue. Please note that this CSS is not the paradigm of excellence and I would greatly appreciate any feedback on making it better. You may contribute changes via pull requests at the https://github.com/emabrey/ytcdarksettings/.
The license terms of the YLO Theme requires me to give appropriate credit to Draxx7, who authored that userstyle and made it available http://freestyler.ws/style/87151/youtube-lights-out-a-dark-youtube-theme. Note that Draxx7 is not affiliated with this userstyle and that I am not affiliated with the YLO Theme. I want to personally thank Draxx7 for his userstyle however, as I use it personally and enjoy the aesthetic very much. Note that because I consider this userstyle as incorporating major parts (essentially design elements like colors) of the YLO Theme, I am licensing my userstyle using CC BY-NC-SA. Click http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ to get a copy of the CC BY-NC-SA license (redistribution is a required part of license compliance).
YTC is not mine either; however it is https://github.com/YePpHa/YouTubeCenter/blob/master/LICENSE.md via Jeppe Rune Mortensen. I absolutely want to thank Jeppe for his extension because it is one of the most necessary parts of my Youtube experience. If I did not have YTC odds are I would rarely if ever surf Youtube. You can get YTC via the Github hosted wiki https://github.com/YePpHa/YouTubeCenter/wiki (I recommend using the developer version in the form of a userscript, but a native extension may be your preference).
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