Reminder (something I've had to be reminded of) is that your irritation at a UI element is not necessarily tantamount to an accessibility issue (it trivialises the topic tbh), nor is it a thing that pisses everyone off

Accessibility issues are related to some kind of fundamental incompatibility to access something a certain way. ie. voice control, screen readers, switch control, colourblind modes, etc.

It is incredibly different to 'I don't like this'.

It doesn't mean that your irritation can't be addressed, but framing it differently would probably be more productive.

Also making something more accessible (despite how people have responded to some of my design work) is not always a universal plus. Different modes and options are necessary in many cases.

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