Samsung Galaxy R (Android 2.3.4) Firefox Mobile 23 RC / Nightly 25.0a1 2013-07-29 Steps to reproduce: 1) Load an article with different text colors (http://www.surrenderat20.net/2013/07/patch-310-notes.html#more for e.g) 2) Enter reader mode Actual result: All text is black Notes: On some pages/articles different font colors (red in the link provided) may be used to highlight important things. We should try and keep the difference in text color when switching to reader mode. This would improve the Reader Mode experience and keep the intention of pointing out areas of the text as important.
Readiblity.com makes that page completely uniform as well. Maintaining these sorts of css rules would make the code even more complicated. Wontfix?
Yeah... I'm not sure we want to get into preserving changes that are unique to a specific website's css, both because that could get very complex/ugly very quickly, and also because colours defined by a particular website won't always work across Reader Mode's light *and* dark backgrounds.