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• Windows 10.
• Version 1067.
• Build 14393.607.
Visual Studio and Xamarin:
• VS 2017 RC Enterprise.
• Xamarin For VS 22.214.171.1240.
• Xamarin Inspector 1.0
Pre -Requisites: Build and Deploy Xamarin Application into Android Emulator
1. Launch Xamarin Inspector.
2. Arrive at Tools menu and Hit Enter.
3. Select options and hit enter.
4. Observe High Contrast of Increment/Decrement button (+/-).
Luminosity contrast ratio is less than 4.5:1 for the button against the background.
Luminosity contrast ratio should be above 4.5:1 for the button against the background.
User having low vision cannot see the buttons so they will face challenges to understand that.
This is a split off from 51861, scenario 3.
Created attachment 23021 [details]
This is fixed in 1.3.
Created attachment 26291 [details]
The bug fix verified, hence closing this bug.
PFA in attachment section.