Awaken wrote:There is a U in COLOR you say? ....Hum, next you'll tell me ZEE is actually ZED
Anyone having a problem please post a screenshot of what you mean.
Jean Loup wrote:
Captain Midnight wrote:Jean Loup wrote:
See .... I can't read the link .... to ME, it's pale yellow (or gold if you're a SV moderator) against a while background and it's impossible to read.
.... and that's the truth!
Jean Loup wrote:
Captain Midnight wrote:..... especially since it appears to be quite sensitive to monitor settings, pupil dilation, receptor rod health, haze in the air, fogginess in the brain et al.....
Actually, I've had cataracts rimming my eyes for years which have slowly edged toward the pupils. At the moment, I can read this black on white screen quite well with my left eye (my left eye sees clearer up close, my right eye what's in the distance -- both are about the same for the 20 foot distance; I passed the eye test exam with 20/20 but they are testing for the 20-foot range, not the 20-inch range!). When I'm driving on a sunny day I have to wear sunglasses because the light refraction by the cataracts can nearly blind me at certain angles (I've worked and driven mostly at night over the years and my night vision is only hindered by oncoming headlamps -- but I've always had that problem). Even the light blue against white is somewhat hazed on this screen but I need to highlight yellow on white (reverting it to white on blue) to clearly read it. Nevertheless, I've met many older people without cataracts who now have a contrast problem with close color shades.Captain Midnight wrote:I've had my eyes recently examined and there is no color blindness.... just these nasty cataracts... NOT!
Hey, look, whenever you choose to put a light/pale color up against a white background, there is often not enough contrast to clearly see the object. It just doesn't make sense to me to have a website have a low contrast color scheme ...
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