Category:Articles with images not understandable by color blind users
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The articles in this category contain images - typically maps, charts or diagrams - which color blind users find difficult to understand. Approximately one in ten white males have red-green color vision deficiency; this and other types of color vision deficiency affect around one in two hundred people of all races and sexes. It is hoped that Wikipedia editors will revise these images so that they can be understood more easily, and remove them from this category.
Tips for editors
If you must use color to convey meaning or make distinctions between visual items (i.e. not merely for decoration), then this table shows "safe" groups of colors which are distinguishable to most color-blind people.
These utilities are useful in determining whether a revised image is distinguishable to color-blind users. Typically they take a web page or image file as an input, and render a color-blind simulated image as output.
The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
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