I'm looking for a way to turn the Windows version of OneNote 2013 (or newer) always bright pages to almost black. Default options don't allow to set the background to any dark colors, only very bright. I see OneNote supports modifications in form of add-ins, and I couldn't find any centralized place to search them all. Googling revealed that one workaround is to invert the whole display colors by checking "invert colors" in Magnifying Glass utility (activated by pressing WinKey++). This does not result in a very good picture of OneNote and affects all the other apps, which is also not good.
I also found that setting the system-wide color scheme to "high-contrast black" is somewhat acceptable, but not quite. It still affects the rest of the system, and is not desirable.
If you know an add-in that does the trick, or some way to only affect OneNote app's colors, please post.
The solution should not change the note's actual markup (i.e. should not get saved to file). I'm also using OneNote on android and apparently the actual page color written in the note's markup will be displayed as such on other devices.