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Created attachment 19263 [details]
1. Launch the application
2. Go to File > New > Project
3. Select Cross-Platform > Cross Platform App
4. Select Blank App and Accept
5. In Solution Explorer, Navigate to Project name (App*.iOS) > Info.plist. Hit Enter to activate
6. Under iPhone Deployment Info > Supported Device Orientations, check boxes if checked or not are not distinguishable in HC black unless they are focused by the user individually.
All the checked check boxes must be displayed with a highlight as per the High contrast black theme and the unchecked check boxes should be displayed without highlight
Under iPhone Deployment Info > Supported Device Orientations, check boxes if checked or not are not distinguishable in HC black unless they are focused by the user individually.
Note: When user focuses an check box, it is displayed in highlight if it is unchecked and it is displayed without highlight(only focus), if it is checked, this is again an improper behaviour as per the High contrast black theme.
OS: Windows RS1
Visual Studio Version: Visual Studio Enterprise 2017RC(15.0.25928.0)
Xamarin Version: 220.127.116.11
This issue has been fixed with the new Properties, Manifests and Entitlements editor on 15.3 (d15-3).
The issues mentioned here are not reproducible on these builds.
Created attachment 23004 [details]
Device orientation latest UI
Verified this issue in Microsoft visual studio enterprise 2017 d15prerel version 15.3.0 preview 3.0[26618.0.d15prerel] now we are able to differentiate the check box's checked/unchecked in HCBLACK. This issue is fixed in latest build
Attached screenshot for reference, hence closing this bug.