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Since updating to 1.28 the colours throughout Atom are no longer rendering correctly – it appears like the gamma has been altered or something, the contrast is lower and everything is slightly lighter.
Colours are not rendering correctly even in the dev tools. Here’s two I screen-shotted from the “computed” panel:
Examining those colour squares in an image editor you can see that the colour reported as #cc6666 is actually #b36d68, and #1d1f21 is rendering as #232426.
--disable-gpu does have some visible differences:
Note the render tile edges to the right. The darker area is showing the actual correct colour for the editor background.
Steps to Reproduce
n/a – Atom auto-updated, now it’s permanently in this state
Expected behavior: Colours to appear as they are defined
Actual behavior: Colours do not render as per their definitions
Reproduces how often: 100%%
Atom : 1.28.0
Chrome : 61.0.3163.100
Node : 8.9.3
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, 398.11 drivers
Everything appears fine on my Mac, which is using the exact same editor and style configuration.