Revert "By Author" default colors in track changes from pink/gray back to red/blue
With the most recent Word update (May, 2019) the default "By Author" colors for edits made using track changes has changed from red and blue to pink and gray. This is an unnecessary and terrible change. Red and blue are easy to see onscreen and in print. Pink and gray are not. There are a lot of other good user suggestions in this forum of how to make track changes better. Please work on implementing some of those useful suggestions rather than "fixing" things that aren't broken. And for the sake of those who earn our living using track changes all day, every day, please revert back to red/blue as the standard "By Author" edit colors!
Hope Boune commented
The light colors in track changes do not meet the WCAG 2.0 accessibility requirements for high-contrast colors. The red/green are difficult for people with color blindness to see and the light pink/gray are impossible. Please revise the track changes color schemes to include high-contrast color options for those with low vision issues.
Lilli Hausenfluck commented
Yes! Yes! Yes!
I could not agree more. Please change it back, Microsoft!
I completely agree with CK, Please, please change this back!