I have a Kindle Oasis where the text and image contrast is normally great.

But now I'm reading a book (ironically it's Universal Principles of Design) that has hundreds of images which are followed by text descriptions.

Unfortunately, all the images and their descriptions are not black — they're in a lighter gray color that is hard to read due to the lack of contrast.

Interestingly, when I make a text selection or while zooming/moving an image, the color is temporarily set to the normal black color.

My question is — can I force Kindle to always render text and images in black or somehow specify the minimum contrast?

  • That is hilarious. :D I hope you emailed the authors.
    – beaker
    Jan 21, 2017 at 17:44
  • Can you add a screenshot?
    – Sadegh
    Jan 23, 2017 at 16:55


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