Open Bug 1487075 Opened 5 years ago Updated 1 year ago
The "Disable/Enable Blocking for this site" button turns black upon clicking it in High-Contrast mode
[Affected versions] 63.0a1 (2018-08-22) [Affected platforms] only on Ubuntu with High-Contrast mode [Steps to reproduce] 1. Open Firefox and in the Hamburger Menu, click on Content Blocking 2. about:preferences#privacy will be opened and Content Blocking section will be focused 3. Set Slow tracking element to "Always block" 4. Set Trackers to "Never block" 5. Access: https://www.reddit.com/ (or any other site with slow trackers) 6. Open "Show site information" from the address bar 7. Click or click and don't release the "Disable/Enable Blocking for this site" button. [Expected result] The button's clicked visual state is correctly displayed. [Actual result] The button turns black upon clicking on it.
Dao, any idea how we usually test/fix these types of issues, especially without access to a high contrast theme? Is there an easy way to simulate the activation of this theme in the browser?
(In reply to :Ehsan Akhgari from comment #1) > Dao, any idea how we usually test/fix these types of issues, especially > without access to a high contrast theme? Is there an easy way to simulate > the activation of this theme in the browser? No... A VM with Ubuntu should do the trick. This appears to be a more fundamental bug that manifests in many different places. E.g. I see the same on <select>s on this very bugzilla page.
Component: Tracking Protection → Widget: Gtk
Product: Firefox → Core
Priority: -- → P5
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