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‘Interestingly tagged’ questions tantamount to invisible

As a follow-on to Andrew’s observation that our colors don’t make sense now, I’ve found a related problem.

I have the old-english tag marked as an interesting tag, so that shows up in a distinctive color. What’s happened is that the tagged-interesting.background-color CSS value has gone from #fffbec before to rgba(255,245,222,0.7) now — so a #fff5de with a 70% opacity.

Under the old theme, that looks like this:

old theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

But under the new theme, it now looks like this:

new theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

The would-be “interesting” question is now virtually indistinguishable from the rest of them.

As I observed in another answer of mine, you must run contrast-analysis tools on your color pairings to know whether they are usable. This one is not.

This is a major contrast failure against our default background color, and cannot be seen.

‘Interestingly tagged’ questions tantamount to invisible

As a follow-on to Andrew’s observation that our colors don’t make sense now, I’ve found a related problem.

I have the old-english tag marked as an interesting tag, so that shows up in a distinctive color. What’s happened is that the tagged-interesting.background-color CSS value has gone from #fffbec before to rgba(255,245,222,0.7) now — so a #fff5de with a 70% opacity.

Under the old theme, that looks like this:

old theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

But under the new theme, it now looks like this:

new theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

The would-be “interesting” question is now virtually indistinguishable from the rest of them.

As I observed in another answer of mine, you must run contrast-analysis tools on your color pairings to know whether they are usable. This one is not.

This is a major contrast failure against our default background color, and cannot be seen.

‘Interestingly tagged’ questions tantamount to invisible

As a follow-on to Andrew’s observation that our colors don’t make sense now, I’ve found a related problem.

I have the old-english tag marked as an interesting tag, so that shows up in a distinctive color. What’s happened is that the tagged-interesting.background-color CSS value has gone from #fffbec before to rgba(255,245,222,0.7) now — so a #fff5de with a 70% opacity.

Under the old theme, that looks like this:

old theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

But under the new theme, it now looks like this:

new theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

The would-be “interesting” question is now virtually indistinguishable from the rest of them.

As I observed in another answer of mine, you must run contrast-analysis tools on your color pairings to know whether they are usable. This one is not.

This is a major contrast failure against our default background color, and cannot be seen.

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‘Interestingly tagged’ questions tantamount to invisible

As a follow-on to Andrew’s observation that our colors don’t make sense now, I’ve found a related problem.

I have the old-english tag marked as an interesting tag, so that shows up in a distinctive color. What’s happened is that the tagged-interesting.background-color CSS value has gone from #fffbec before to rgba(255,245,222,0.7) now — so a #fff5de with a 70% opacity.

Under the old theme, that looks like this:

old theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

But under the new theme, it now looks like this:

new theme interesting-tag highlight-demo

The would-be “interesting” question is now virtually indistinguishable from the rest of them.

As I observed in another answer of mine, you must run contrast-analysis tools on your color pairings to know whether they are usable. This one is not.

This is a major contrast failure against our default background color, and cannot be seen.