I have known since the age of 12 that I am color-blind. I understand that my form of color-blindness is called "red-green". The symptom is that I find it hard to differentiate between dark colors, especially if they are not brightly illuminated. For example I have been observed wearing socks that are mismatched because they both look black to me, but others see navy blue or burgundy.
How this affects me in FileMaker is, I am told, in the Inspector. I have been informed several times that the tiny arrows in the Inspector that appear to the right of Theme and Style in the Appearance panel are sometimes shown with a red color. If this is true, I have never seen the red color, so I can't say that I know what it means. If it is a question on the certification exam, I would not be able to answer it. However, I can see the asterisks that indicate the existence of a locally modified style or theme and I know what they mean.
The size of the Inspector cannot be enlarged unless one changes the monitor resolution. That's a shame, because with high resolution displays, I find that I am regularly leaning forward to see certain tiny details in the Inspector, e.g. checkboxes and numerals (6 and 8 look very similar at a normal distance). And yes, my eyeglasses prescription is current.
So my question is: if a red color exists, what does it mean? And is there any reason why, if there is a meaning, that these tiny tools could be made double their size in pixels (there's enough room in the Inspector) or perhaps modified to allow a more visible color like bright orange or yellow?