[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 44862] Hard to find a caret in an editable element with black background color

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Wed Sep 1 05:59:15 PDT 2010


--- Comment #7 from Joone Hur <joone at kldp.org>  2010-09-01 05:59:14 PST ---
> Internet Explorer gives me white caret for all three, and that is most reasonable result to me.  I  personally don't want to see my caret being red, blue, or etc... or at least that is not the behavior you'd see on other Windows applications.

It seems to make sense that the caret color has to be black or white.
In this case, we have to change the caret color to white in order to distinguish a caret in dark background.
What background color is proper for changing the caret color?
I think that it would be good to use the lightness value of HSL color space in the Color class.

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