On Mon, 15 Aug 2022 19:14:35 EDT, Bald Eagle wrote:
> Jim Henderson <nos### [at] nospamcom> wrote:
>> It seems that for accessibility reasons, the colours in use should not
>> be closely related, but should be (as Bald Eagle says) "easily
>> differentiated". Two different shades of blue for people with various
>> colour-blindness could be problematic. I don't have such an
>> impairment, but the two different shades of blue are still pretty
>> difficult to distinguish at a glance.
> Didn't think of a color blindness issue. Of course, one wonders what
> all of the POV-Ray renders would look like in that case. :O ("POV-Ray
> undergrad ... put down that beer and get over here, I have a project
> for you...")
I've got an app on my phone that actually can show you want the colors
look like to people with various types of colour blindness - it's called
> I think a complicating factor is that the alternating "ledger"
> highlighting colors are white and blue - which enhances the contrast
> enough in some cases, and washes it out in others.
> I am still perplexed as to why it "suddenly" happened when switching to
> a new system. The HP V241 was usually the "nice" monitor with the
> rich, vibrant colors and better contrast in comparison to the laptop
> monitor(s). Now it's all I'm using, but I don't recall ever seeing the
> issue when using it as a dual display and moving the browser window over
> to the external monitor. It's puzzling.
I'd noticed it in the past, but never really thought to say anything about
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