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Comment Re:And... NO CONTRAST (Score 1) 272

The purple numbers are a nice touch, too. Just like the yellow strings and pale grey comments.

The text attribute "bold" could have been used for something useful if they hadn't used such a crap color scheme.

easy to read

Do you honestly see that as an improvement over the previous white-on-black styles? Do you think it's "easier to read" than (eg) the page you're looking at right now? Put them side by side and take a good look.

If so, we found the problem. (shrug)

Comment Re:And... NO CONTRAST (Score 5, Insightful) 272

I think I may have found the problem,

If you search for "best text editor for web development" they're all grey-on grey.

Web "designers" are probably adjusting their monitor's contrast settings to make them usable. Result: Unusable web sites because making sites with any contrast hurts their eyes.

Comment Re:And... NO CONTRAST (Score 4, Insightful) 272

OK, let's see: (nice example of low-contrast website as well)

That was pretty fucking easy.

If you want more examples then just type something like "best text editor" into google images and weep at the acres of grey-on-grey images that appear.

Here, let me do it for you seeing as how you're a bit out of the loop:

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