RE: does anyone currently fail colour contrast for text in timed media

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick H. Lauke []
> As said, I think the definition is strangely restrictive. What if an author used an
> image of text, rather than real HTML text, because the author's an amateur who
> has no idea how to build a proper page. Is that image of text then exempt from
> being tested for contrast issues?
[Jason] I agree it's unjustifiably restrictive as written, which is why I wrote a comment in support of the proposal on GitHub to fix the definition. So, I think we're in agreement at this point.


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