New contrast checks based on the Accessible Perceptual Contrast Algorithm™ (or APCA™). APCA™ is the candidate contrast method for WCAG 3, and is currently in public beta. WCAG 3 is still in development and subject to changes prior to adoption.
Support for Shortcuts and Intents. You can now drive the basics of Reveal and compose them into your own workflows using Shortcuts.
Eliminated a RevealServer slowdown affecting SwiftUI screens with large accessibility hierarchies.
Contrast checks will now try to match the detected colour against the colour of the text as provided by the attributed value or UIKit view properties.
An error will be shown in the canvas when there’s more than one instance of an accessibility element.
Navigators now support variable size sidebar icons. By default, the system’s sidebar icon size, but you can override this using Reveal’s preferences.
We’re switching from Microsoft’s AppCenter to Sentry for collecting diagnostic and error reporting data. As always, this can be disabled from Reveal’s preferences, but will require a re-launch for the setting to take effect.
Contrast check results for text now show consistently.
Fixed a serialization issue affecting captures when the software keyboard was visible.
Fixed a Key-Value Coding (KVC) exception that was happening when attempting to serialize accessibilityTextualContext on iOS 12 and earlier.
Fixed a double-free crash in Reveal Server when serializing CGPath instances.
Fixed the layout of the contrast capsule swatches when zoomed in.