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I am a software architect, living in Charlotte, NC.


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comment Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
Thanks for the extra info.
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comment Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
Wow! Thank you all for such good answers and comments. I really didn't think this question was spark such a flurry of thought and information. This is why I like StackExchange.
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comment Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
Thanks Ben Brocka. I posted this question this morning and I haven't been able to get back to it yet.
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comment Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
@raybritton, I can see your point (and I wasn't even aware of the UX site-- slipped through my awareness cracks) but I think it could equally apply on Programmers. This knowledge could affect software design and patterns that should be followed for implementation. However, I wouldn't be upset if the general consensus was to move the question.
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