Vivaldi icon menu accessibility and colors
There's now way of changing colors for the menu opened with Vivaldi icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen. All the icons have the same color, and look virtually the same for me.
The default settings are a serious UX issue for me (and similar people), so I believe that there should be a way to set / override the colors.
Changing theme to white helps a bit, but still, buttons like "search" aren't instantly accessible, and require going through the list, sometimes more than once. With the decreased contrast of the dark theme, it's even worse.
I post it as an UX problem rather than a feature request.
The desired solution would result in adding colors. Perhaps it should be an option as there may be some people who value single tone more. A possibility of rearranging main menu items might be a good intermediary workaround, as well as a smaller menu showing only the commonly used functions, and the rest after clicking some "expand" button. Yet I believe that distinct colors should be there.
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@marcinsmialek Yes, at the moment only the accent color can be controlled and not even the accent foreground. All other colors are fixed to dark/light theme. I hope for full theming.