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    • Daniel Boles's avatar
      Adwaita: Fix color of focus outline on colorswatch · 30cb5b07
      Daniel Boles authored
      The focus outline disappeared as the colour of the swatch got close to
      the normal focus outline colour, which is alpha(currentColor, 0.3).
      
      Fix by making the outline an alpha’d version of the tick colour, but
      more opaque than normal outlines. 0.6 seems good enough; feel free to
      improve it, but at least this ensures the outline can’t vanish anymore.
      
      HighContrast achieves this already because it applies the color property
      to the main node, not the overlay. Doing that means the outline is fully
      opaque, which is fine for HC obviously but was excessive for Adwaita.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=787757
      30cb5b07
    • Daniel Boles's avatar
      Adwaita: dark: Make colorswatch.light tick visible · 437ce019
      Daniel Boles authored
      It used $text_color unconditionally, but in :dark, text is white, so we
      overlaid a white tick on any light colours, all the way to white itself.
      
      Using these named colours doesn’t make practical or semantic sense.
      Instead, use white/black over dark/light swatches, as in HC, so all
      variant–swatch combos work. Light looks the same, & :dark works now.
      
      For backdrop, use alpha 0.5, unlike 0.7 in HC, as that seemed excessive
      & different from the current effect. 0.5 is almost identical to how
      $backdrop_fg_colour is a 50% mix of $fg_color, & matches backdrop text.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=787531
      437ce019