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Mark Oehlschlager

Metadata Panel, Detail Category; Visibility Bug (Photo 1.8.3)

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I was familiarizing myself with the Metadata panel when I discovered that the Detail Category tab has a visibility problem: Whereas all of the other category sub-panels display white text knocking out of a dark ground, the Detail Category displays a barely legible light grey text on a white ground. 

See screenshot below.

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Hi @Mark Oehlschlager,

It looks like that panel uses a light ui theme, but the overall is darkUI. What is your System Theme and Affinity Theme set to? What OS version are you running? Have you tried to restart Photo? Is it still the same?

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Hi @Gabe

Restarting Photo did not clear up the problem.

I'm running the 1.8.3 Affinity Suite on an iMac running OS X 10.13.6 (High Sierra).

My Affinity UI is set to a Dark theme. Dark and Light themes are not an option for OS X High Sierra.

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