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I find light text on a dark background very hard to read and quite tiring on the eyes. For window decorations I have no real preference but for the actual ...
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    I find light text on a dark background very hard to read and quite tiring on the eyes. For window decorations I have no real preference but for the actual window itself light all the way.
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    Well, if you're screen is dark, it's harder to see. That's why you have to get closer or squint or focus harder. It's more of a strain on the eyes, same with small text. The strain is caused by focusing, not so much by the brightness.

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    At work where there the room is all lit up I use a lighter theme (although the IT dept is a lot darker than all other dept's). At home where I have the room dark and little light I go with the darker theme.

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