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I want to read ebook, but its hard, when background is white and font is black. I want to change it, so how can I reverse colors on the screen? Is there any program for linux? Probably beryl can do it, but i need something lighter.

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i'm using CoolReader 2 for Windows, it allows to adjust the fonts and colour scheme to you likings.

now version 3 has gone open source and cross-platform. certain features (such as TTS and skinning) are not available in version 3, but have a look at it anyway.

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On a Mac, Ctrl-Option-Command-8 will invert screen colors.

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