How Google Chrome Will Handle High Contrast Mode Going Forward
Google keeps experimenting with all kinds of new features for Chrome browser, and one of them appears to concern the high contrast mode that users can enable in their operating systems.
On Windows, for example, the high contrast mode is often enabled not necessarily as an accessibility feature, but as a mode that simplifies everything on the screen.
And because of that, Google Chrome needs to be able to adapt to this adjusted visual style, and this is exactly what Google has been working on lately.
Reddit user Leopeva64-2 has discovered a new flag added to Google Chrome which when activated forces the browser to display sites in high contrast mode as well.
But let’s take everything one at a time and see how Chrome’s behavior changes going forward.
First and foremost, Google Chrome is already able to determine when you’re using a high contrast mode in the op… (read more)