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  • That looks great.

    Stupid question: would that same theme be available with black text on white background? Hopefully, the theme is designed so that only two color values would have to be switched in the CSS.
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    • Quote from: BobRay at Jul 25, 2016, 04:44 PM
      That looks great.

      Stupid question: would that same theme be available with black text on white background? Hopefully, the theme is designed so that only two color values would have to be switched in the CSS.

      Certainly possible, although that is basically what the "default" theme I am working on is anyways. The reason for white on black is apparently there are some conditions that make even solid black text on a white background illegible. The black fades into the whitespace.

      I'm hoping that with MODX Next there isn't going to be one Manager. Or one theme. Or even one JS Framework.
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      • I've been rewriting the Eureka media browser and I've added support for High Contrast themes via the new CSS Properties. CSS Properties make integrating high contrast support into styles much easier, and also allow end users to customize the look and feel with very little knowledge of the CSS structure.

        The themes use the high contrast media queries to automatically switched on based on the user agent (operating system preferences). There's screenshots, docs, and links to a demo here:
        https://github.com/jpdevries/eureka#-accessible-themes

        I intend to submit a DRAFT to the MODX Advisory Board that would ensure that the next all-new MODX Manager (4.0) uses similar patterns for high contrast support.
          jpdevries