Contrast results will now display text foreground and background colours when these form the basis of the contrast result.
A new “Request timeout” advanced preference that allows you to change how long Reveal will wait before cancelling a long-running request. This can be useful for apps with extremely large view hierarchies.
A new “Force constrast checks to use P3 color space” advanced preference which, once active, will perform all contrast checks in the Display P3 color space, aligning results in a simulator with those on a physical device.
Shows icons for warnings and errors for affected elements in the canvas in VoiceOver mode.
Aligns spokenDescription with on-device VoiceOver by changing Not Enabled to read as Dimmed.
Improved the wording and presentation of a subset of Apple framework errors.
An issue affecting users on iOS 15.5 where certain color spaces were nameless.
The “Help → Show Reveal Framework in Finder…” menu will show the framework in the Finder as expected.
The Welcome window will no longer appear when opening Snapshots.
Autoselected applications will now load their workspaces correctly.
A bug in attributed string deserialisation code that prevented the accessibility data from loading.
Refactored some of our heavily recursive code to avoid rare stack overflows.
A thread safety issue affecting a small subset of users.