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Let's get color blind

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Jon HarrisonMar 16, 2022

Once installed you need to refresh the page. Set the settings you want, save them and then refresh the page. It does work!

4 out of 5 found this helpful
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пепная лапкаJan 12, 2022

very very very cool

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Jack CunninghamNov 5, 2021

It doesn't work at all and I saw other people review and dose not work for me, dose it not work on windows?

3 out of 6 found this helpful
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Christopher GrahamSep 8, 2021

Works once you figure out how to enable it. Should prompt you to refresh the page after enabling it and saving your initial settings. Obviously I'm taking a huge leap of faith it's accurately representing colorblindness.

3 out of 3 found this helpful
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Hilbert EikelboomDeveloperSep 16, 2021

Thank you for using this extension and appreciating it. Considering your faith. The extension only models the truth and like all models’ simplifications are applied. And in this case the used models are designed to deal with simulation of computer screen images. Within these constraints the models performs pretty well and most other color deficiency models provide a fairly similar result. Al though it is outside of the scope of the used models it might be interesting to know of the following difference between this model and the real-world. Some color deficient people actually can perceive the "same" paint color differently when two different mixtures are used while someone without a color deficiency would see the exact same color. The same applies for some color deficient people that can easily spot camouflaged people in the forest. Nevertheless, the model is useful to get an insight in what color deficient people perceive, especially what is visible on a computer screen. It may also help you to better understand the world of the color deficient and perhaps assist you in making your graphic design accessible to color deficient people. If you are wondering which models are used; they come from the following research paper: Gustavo M. Machado, Manuel M. Oliveira, and Leandro A. F. Fernandes "A Physiologically-based Model for Simulation of Color Vision Deficiency". IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. Volume 15 (2009), Number 6, November/December 2009. pp. 1291-1298. http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/~oliveira/pubs_files/CVD_Simulation/CVD_Simulation.html

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LeviticusJun 2, 2021

It does work.

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Path Lab EducationFeb 17, 2021

Simple, effective, does what it says. You do need to refresh any tabs that were open before you install. That might be where some users have issues.

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Pablo FriasJan 13, 2021

Doesn't work and options exist that do.

1 out of 6 found this helpful
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Floris_Fireball (Floris_Fireball)Oct 7, 2020

I solved my problem. You may need to reload your website after turning this on. Some problems I had was slow response times, and often having to double or tripple click the buttons before they responded. It does work now though :D Thanks

2 out of 2 found this helpful
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Lily AnatiaMar 30, 2019

doesn't work at all.

1 out of 6 found this helpful
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A Chrome Web Store userMar 12, 2019

Doesn't work

3 out of 9 found this helpful
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