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Looking for a pdf reader for Windows which has a night mode which is reading white text on black background. The closest I found is Adobe Reader with accessibility mode and high contrast but it has some text (like hyperlinks) in blue which was hard to read.

Any recommendations?

marked as duplicate by Karan, a CVn, Nifle, Darth Android, Excellll Jul 19 '13 at 15:44

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  • This thread may be relevant, but it may be outdated. Not marking as duplicate. – Raystafarian Jul 18 '13 at 8:59

evince has a night mode option at view - inverted colors.

Should result in black background, white text and as noted in the comments, yellow hyperlinks.

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    Hyperlinks in Evince with inverted colors are displayed in bright yellow. – karel Jul 18 '13 at 9:17

Actually Adobe Reader works fine now. I had to uncheck the 'Only change the color text or line art" option.

  • This solved my issue. It works. Answers to the other 'dup' question do no mention Adobe Reader. Whoever deleted my answer made a mistake and it wasn't necessary. – Tony_Henrich Jul 20 '13 at 17:42

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