Helperbird is an extension that overrides all fonts on web page with the award winning OpenDyslexic font and changes the page to be more easily read. You can switch it on and off at any time. Helping people with dyslexia.
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OpenDyslexic Font - Helperbird - Free

About

This plugin allows you to toggle on and off the OpenDyslexic font on any website. It does one job and does it well.

Any requests please email at robert_gabriel@outlook.com

Or the GitHub is located here https://github.com/RobertJGabriel/helperbird

Setup

  1. Install Node.js
  2. npm i -g gulp yarn mocha and make sure they're in your PATH
  3. yarn install (or npm i if you don't use yarn) to install dependencies

Build

  • gulp or gulp compile to compile, files will be in the build directory
  • gulp clean to delete the build directory
  • gulp watch to compile and then recompile if any changes are made to the codebase

Test

  • Go to chrome://extensions/ (Menu > Tools > Extensions)
  • Check the box to enable Developer mode
  • Click Load unpacked extension...
  • Navigate to build directory
  • Make sure to reload the extension and refresh the page you're testing on after any changes to the code

Screenshot

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