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“Care your Eyes” – join the dark side with Freedcamp

We continue to share how browser plugins can make your work in Freedcamp more effective and pleasant.
We shared how translators use Freedcamp and word count plugin and how you can easily to auto-number your tasks.

Today we had a request from Denis: “Are there any options to change default fonts, borders and colors?” and we found a solution he was happy with so we decided to share it with you.

Install ‘Care your Eyes’ Chrome plugin and you will have this view (shown below) by default, which you can further customize:

Tasks application Freedcamp dark

Files application Freedcamp dark

Comments dark

You can use Ctrl+ to zoom and make text bigger but do not go too far as it can break page layouts.

Discussion application Freedcamp dark and zoom

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  1. David B. says

    I’m testing Freedcamp now, and am very happy with the overall features. One thing that would really help is being able to change the color of the header bar (bright blue) to something less distracting. I often leave Basecamp open in a browser window while working, so am also trying that with Freedcamp, but that blue bar keeps pulling my eyes over. And not in a good way. Thanks for your time.

    P.S. Of you also increased the header font of the Projects on the dashboard pages, I’d give you 5 stars. :) This would actually make it easier to quickly find what you’re looking for with just a glance. Now I have to focus too much as the type is smallish.