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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    I may end up removing the gray scale switcher. It already doesn’t work in Firefox, and if it’s unreliable in IE, it’s probably not worth keeping. I had gone with Chris’s statement of support for it, so I didn’t verify in IE.

    But I think that the feature is of dubious value; as a testing and analysis tool, greyscale is very useful, but I’m not sure it has a lot of value for the consumer.

    I think so too. Is there an easy way to disable it in the actual version?

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    Easiest thing is to go to line 199 of wp-accessibility.php and edit. Change:

    $is_firefox = (stristr($ua, 'Firefox'));

    to:

    $is_firefox = true;

    You’re just short circuiting the check which disables the link in Firefox so that it will always show up as true.

    yes that works 😉 thank you.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    (@joedolson)

    With version 1.2.1, the contrast feature defaults to disabled. It can still be enabled, but it won’t display by default.

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