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Old 12-28-2012, 02:28 PM   #25
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Location: Virginia, US
Device: Kobo Wifi, Kobo Glo
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Originally Posted by stewacide View Post
If Kobo devs are reading this, a white-on-black 'night mode', as seen on basically every other modern device with an illuminated screen, would allay most of the concern. Pics are of the new Cybook with essentially the same hardware as the Glo.
The Glo already has support for inverting the screen, it just has to be specified when updating the e-ink display. I've attached a picture of my Glo after running the e-ink code with invert enabled. But the screen doesn't stay inverted; as soon as you change the page the display goes back to normal.
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