It looks like we set borders on <textarea> but not <input>. Do you have a
link to the webkit bug?
I guess we'd probably be willing to accept a patch for adding
@textarea-border-color to other input elements that if you were to put one
together and verify that it works.
On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 3:19 PM, Matthew Woehlke
> On 2013-10-25 17:22, David Trowbridge wrote:
>> This sounds like it's 100% a webkit bug, and a relatively unusual corner
>> case at that (where you have to first modify your system colors).
> Why do you think that having a non-default color scheme is unusual? I know
> lots of people that use light-on-dark color schemes.
> Why should we add ugly workarounds inside Review Board that affect
>> everyone for a browser bug that affects so few people?
> Are you sure you *don't* mean to have a border specified in this case? I
> notice that many of the other text inputs on RB *do* have a border
> specified, and are legible as a result.
> Can you work around this with user stylesheets of your own?
> Unfortunately I have not figured out how to make either of my main webkit
> browsers add their own style rules for specific sites :-(.
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