Lack of interest @mutedTextColor should not be used on both light and dark backgrounds

rebelde

Member
This probably isn't the most pressing problem, but I thought I would report it.

Currently, @mutedTextColor is used for both light and dark backgrounds. It is used on a dark background for the member card.

I was adjusting this for users who want higher contrast. The problem is that making the gray darker helped in most places, but was worse in others.

My recommendation:
Create @mutedTextColorOnDarkBackground for any muted text on a black background, such as the member card.

Cheers
 

Amaury

Well-known member
I'm not sure what you mean. You can change the color of the property to whatever shows up best.
 

rebelde

Member
Well, if the background is white, you can make the text darker to provide more contrast. The problem is that, when the background is dark, making the same color darker reduces the contrast.
 

Russ

Well-known member
Well, if the background is white, you can make the text darker to provide more contrast. The problem is that, when the background is dark, making the same color darker reduces the contrast.
Unfortunately the style properties will never be universal as it stands to fit all situations perfectly. You could always lighten all of your overlays.

Oh and regarding the suggestion to be honest I would love to see AWAY with a lot of color palette options.
 
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