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I wrote about CSS prefers-reduced-transparency on 🤓

a comparison is shown between a transparent blurry white card design with white text next to a reduced transparency equivalent that is dark and nearly opaquea comparison is shown between a photo of a monstera with a black gradient overlay that has text inside and the same picture above the text, no overlay, no transparency, and very equivalent look

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@samreciter it can be thought of similar to prefers high contrast, where users with low vision can't discern the text due to the low contrast or business behind the text. it can get worse too, some users get headaches from the struggle.

but don't ask me, ask Windows, iOS and macOS why they support it ????

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@argyleink i don't even get the thing at all? why? what is the problem with transparency?


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