Speaking of accessibility:
(ofc I forgot the captions)
@maloki I think it's also a bad UI design to put them next to each other like that. Remember that hawaii fake missile alert?
@maloki behold, one of the first consumer-level devices to get accessibility (for colours, at least) right: the HP48 calculator.
For the 2 different shift keys and shift functions they used meaningfully distinguishable colours.
@wohali @maloki yeah that one shows the brightness difference a lot better. I would probably be fine with using this thing, I think the biggest problem I have is the difference between that (off-?)white and the light blue
idk I just don't trust my color perception, but the only noticeable problems I had so far were the orange and red on a rubik's cube and reading red chalk/ whiteboard marker
@wohali I'm just looking at it on my phone and it's clear as day here
@maloki This is one reason that in some cases a CLI interface can provide much better accessibility than a modern application, unfortunately.
@maloki And speaking about how dogs see colors :)
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