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Webpage Color Blindness Check:

Q42 has a color blindness check tool for webpages. It re-colorizes any webpage you like into a palette that closely resembles the typical palette available to a person having a red/green color vision deficiency. This is the most common color blindness. It is also available as a bookmarklet. “1 in 12 people suffer from some sort of color deficiency”. It needs DirectX to work.

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