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[Affected versions]: 
89.0a1 (2021-04-14) 

[Affected platforms]:
Platforms: Mac OSX

[Steps to reproduce]

1. Enable High Contrast mode on Mac OSX from the accessibility  > display options
2. Start Firefox with the following prefs enabled: browser.proton.enabled = true / prompts.windowPromptSubDialog = true / prompts.contentPromptSubDialog = true / browser.proton.modals.enabled = true
3. Trigger any modal like the "Close multiple tabs" modal.


[Expected result]
Each button or field from the Modal should have a darker border with High Contrast enabled.

[Actual result]
There is no difference on any modal with or without High Contrast enabled on Mac OSX.
[Affected versions]: 
89.0a1 (2021-04-14) 

[Affected platforms]:
Platforms: Mac OSX, Ubuntu 20.04

[Steps to reproduce]

1. Enable High Contrast mode on Mac OSX from the accessibility  > display options
2. Start Firefox with the following prefs enabled: browser.proton.enabled = true / prompts.windowPromptSubDialog = true / prompts.contentPromptSubDialog = true / browser.proton.modals.enabled = true
3. Trigger any modal like the "Close multiple tabs" modal.


[Expected result]
Each button or field from the Modal should have a darker border with High Contrast enabled.

[Actual result]
There is no difference on any modal with or without High Contrast enabled on Mac OSX or Ubuntu 20.04

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