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#compose
    j

    jaqxues

    1 year ago
    Why is there no
    EmphasisLevel.Low
    ? The difference and contrast between High and Medium is pretty stark if you want to fine tune the Emphasis. So why not simply add a
    Low
    when there is
    High
    and
    Medium
    ?
    a

    alorma

    1 year ago
    Totally agree!
    j

    jaqxues

    1 year ago
    I will probably open an issue on IssueTracker if that is fine (or no veto from someone working on Compose)?
    Kyant

    Kyant

    1 year ago
    You can use EmphasisLevel.Disabled
    a

    Alexjlockwood

    1 year ago
    This likely isn't up to the compose team, they are just following the material design spec. You probably should file a bug against the material design team instead
    j

    jaqxues

    1 year ago
    Well where should I do so?
    a

    Alexjlockwood

    1 year ago
    What are you trying to achieve?
    I personally disagree that it would be a good idea to add Low, as anything below Medium would likely not meet the minimum text contrast ratio to be considered "accessible".
    j

    jaqxues

    1 year ago
    well no i meant that medium is pretty low, so make Medium a bit higher, and Low either the current Medium or even a bit less. But it really does annoy me that the builtin values are so harsh and I cannot easily fine tune the design
    a

    Alexjlockwood

    1 year ago
    Ah I see. There should be a way to change the color used by Medium. I just don't think you would easily be able to introduce a 3rd emphasis level without rolling out your own thing
    j

    jaqxues

    1 year ago
    Its an Ambient, so I think its possible (maybe easily) to do so, but I do not like the default. And I see it as a pretty big flaw, especially in dark modes, i often end up just not liking the EmphasisLevel, since there is no in-between with High and Medium.