Have you thought about trying green contrast over silver paint for the sword?

I don’t think it’s always deliberate, for a traditional publisher it’s hard to get the importance of “tech standards” so a lot of the good work is invisible outside of dev circles

@rooronks Yes it was QuickTime I used too, display captured over USB-Lightning and 3.55 audio out into the soundcard. Now I can only do one of those at a time without some sort of USB-C port splitter/hub

@JiminyPan this is something that we were discussing/debating today too. If a Spanish ebook is used to support a non-native English speaker (in an English class) i posit that the lang attribute on the ereader should remain EN and the content be marked as ES

@JiminyPan We only distribute our own ebooks, but some of that contains licensed material and didn’t need to be re-licensed for the web unless modified. It often had text as part of the image, causing a11y probs but to render as text needed modification, which used web fonts

@JiminyPan Our legal team decided web font, but I don’t think it’s ever been contested in court