Re: Is NVDA colourblind?


It's not that NVDA is colorblind, but that the emoji database is ridden with anachronisms.  See:     and 

Which, while heavy, is absolutely not black.  It seems that NVDA is reading the terminology that was approved way back in 1993 when this emoji was officially approved, and that the naming was never changed even though the graphic that goes with it certainly has.


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