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deviceId in barely readable in parameters

Posted: 6. Jan 2020, 08:57
by vibi27
When I click on the Gear Icon (top right if I remember well), the deviceId is displayed, but it is barely readable because font color is light grey and background is white.
As my customers need to read this device Id to manually enter it in another app (not reachable by a url callback ...), it would be great
if the device Id was more readable like:
-font color black with white background (better contrast).
-greater font size for this Id

Thanks

Re: deviceId in barely readable in parameters

Posted: 7. Jan 2020, 19:34
by admin
on ios and also on android i can read the device ids perfectly.

What platform you use? Which Version?

Re: deviceId in barely readable in parameters

Posted: 8. Jan 2020, 07:39
by vibi27
Tested with Android 9.0, Android 4.4, IOS X
Yes you can read it, but it is light gray on white.
You're probably young and with good eyes, unfortunatly not all the people are.

Test page to check if two colors give enough contrast: https://snook.ca/technical/colour_contr ... ,bg=333333
Reference document: https://www.w3.org/TR/AERT/#color-contrast
More recent: https://www.w3.org/TR/2008/REC-WCAG20-2 ... t-contrast

I've done a test with the first link, giving arbitrary values:
foreground=#DADADA (lightgray)
background=#FFFFFF (white),
and the result is that these colors are NOT compliant.

After that there is also the font size for "Device-ID: 20XXX", which is, for me at least, a primary information.
I think the integer value itself of the device-Id should have a greater font.

Re: deviceId in barely readable in parameters

Posted: 8. Jan 2020, 15:23
by admin
a test on android 9, see screenshot, looks good i think.
With the next update i will display the device id bold!
Screenshot_Pushsafer_20200108-133649.jpg
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Kevin

Re: deviceId in barely readable in parameters

Posted: 8. Jan 2020, 15:54
by vibi27
OK Thanks

Re: deviceId in barely readable in parameters

Posted: 8. Jan 2020, 15:56
by vibi27
"looks good" is user dependent.
If you want a real formula check, use the first link I provided.