On 3/1/2013 12:01 PM, RussCA wrote:
> Hello. I am new to the newsgroup, although I have been posting
> accessibility messages in the Thunderbird and Firefox forums for a long
> My observation is that there appears to be a reluctance on the part of
> Mozilla to take accessibility issues seriously. When I complain about
> having difficulties reading web pages or something in TB, and suggest a
> button that would at least invert the colors, or better yet be
> sufficiently cogent to leave images alone, there are generally some
> responses of the form, "I can't STAND white text on black!"
> From my perspective, I have not seen much accessibility consideration
> in either program. I used to use addons that at least allowed me to
> operate in white on black, often with a lot of clicking. However, such
> addons seem to have gone away. Why the reluctance to make accessibility
> for visually impaired users a part of these programs?
> A rival browser has such an addon, and it works just fine. But over all
> I prefer Firefox as it is not a resource hog.
> Does Mozilla really not care about 1/3 of its actual or potential users?
Thanks to the moderator for opening the door for me! Much appreciated!