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We have a user who is visually impaired and has some problems in using this Forums. Please follow the link http://forums.adobe.com/thread/927193?tstart=0 to get more detailed information.

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LEGEND ,
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I have replied but I am not sure the OP can read it because it is in black characters on white and I am not sure if screen reader is enabaled on these forums.

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Use the Accessibility features of your browser to set up a personal User Defined stylesheet which always overrides the web page author's CSS in any web page.

e.g.

the Title box and Login page in these forums uses the <input> tag.

So set up a user defined style for the <input> tag defining a dark background.

Create a user defined stylesheet and add the following code

input { background-color: #333; } /* #333 is dark grey - set to whatever color you prefer */

Then tell the browser to use your user defined stylesheet at all times

e.g. Internet Explorer

Tools > Internet Options

Under "Appearance", click the Accessibility button

Then tell IE where to find your personal (user defined) stylesheet

UD-stylesheet.png

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