Proven Permission lamp #666666 logo of the Turn Off the Lights project


This is the permission lamp information page on how and where you can use the official Turn Off the Lights browser extension logo. The gray lamp button is built in three simple design steps. The first part is the four gray #666666 horizontal lines where the last line is a short line. The second part is the circle on top of the four lines. The third part is the gray #666666 rectangle with a white #FFFFFF radius border in the middle of the circle element. As a result, it creates this most simple design of the browser lamp. That is used in all web browsers as the toolbar icon.

What is Turn Off the Lights?

The “Turn Off the Lights” browser extension is a popular and widely-used tool designed to enhance the online video-watching experience by reducing visual distractions and creating a more immersive atmosphere. Developed by Belgian software developer Stefan Van Damme, this extension is compatible with various web browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge.

This logo is shown for the browser extension version of Turn Off the Lights.

Overview Permission lamp

Turn Off the Lights the permission lamp logo
Turn Off the Lights browser extension permission lamp logo

I hereby affirm that Turn Off the Lights, the creator, and owner of the exclusive copyright: “[File:Turn Off the Lights.png]” as shown here below:

Permission for Wikipedia

Wikipedia has become a go-to resource for many people seeking information on a wide range of subjects, from history and science to pop culture and current events. However, users are encouraged to critically evaluate information and cross-reference it with other sources, as the open nature of Wikipedia means that errors can occasionally be present, and articles may be subject to biased editing.

Permission Developer

If you are a developer and want to share the copyright lamp logo in your software project. That is not allowed. You do have not permission lamp to redistribute this in your software.

Other websites

Other websites do have permission lamp to publish this logo on his blog and news articles. And write about the free and Open-Source Turn Off the Lights browser extension that improves the user video and web experience. That is available on all major web browsers for free, including Safari, Google Chrome, Opera, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Yandex, Maxthon, Brave, Vivaldi, etc.


You do have the legal authority in my capacity to release the copyright of that work I agree to publish the above-mentioned content under the following free license: GPL
This is for the website such as Wikipedia, Github, etc. In conclusion, the Attribute must be clearly visible that Turn Off the Lights is the owner and designer of this industrial design.


What is Wikipedia?

Wikipedia is a free, web-based, collaborative encyclopedia. It is one of the largest and most popular general reference works on the internet, providing articles on a wide range of topics. Wikipedia articles are written and edited by volunteers from around the world, and the platform is available in multiple languages.

Have I permission lamp for publish this in my own project?

No, you can not use the copyright official lamp logo in a new software project. You can only share the lamp logo to tell about the Turn Off the Lights browser extension.

Have I permission lamp for use on my blog or news article?

Yes, you can use the copyright official lamp logo to write about the useful, free, and Open-Source Turn Off the Lights browser extension with your users. The gray lamp button the action button is to dim the web page on the currently open tab. And when there is a video available on the web page it will bring this video on top of the dark layer.

Did you find technical, factual or grammatical errors on the Turn Off the Lights website?
You can report a technical problem using the Turn Off the Lights online technical error feedback form.

About The Author

Stefan Van Damme