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Typically lurking here, but this touches an important issue.

If a sighted person report to us the contrast is not good we shouldn't think in term of number of 
people, IMO we should think in term of usability. Most of visual-impaired people I've met and 
also myself need contrasted stuff on their screen. It's also useful for elderly people and most 
of people we obtain a better UX on their computer.

Made a similar comment in bugzilla: 
<> …also you don’t turn on gridlines to 
be subtle, you turn them on to be useful. Perfectly sighted people can sometimes be "visually 
impaired" when working outside in the sun, have a low quality screen, etc. Pedro is right here.



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