eh, kind of hard question to answer as I don’t know what colours look like to you There are supposedly a variation of colourdefects. When ive tested it (on an app) the one i have is called Deuteranopi… google it for a better explanation than the one i can give you.
It’s not a huge problem. But typically when there are some functionalities connected to colours, i don’t register until i’m told to look for it. Like wobbly lines in MS Word - i just recently learned that some are green and some are red, depending on if it’s a grammatical error or a spelling error?! To me it’s just been wobbly line=something is not right. Or electrical chargers that will have a red light while charging, then switch to a green light when done… i wish it was a red/white light instead. I can see the difference between a ripe and not ripe tomato, but i cannot find the ripe strawberries among all the green leaves, untill i come really close and actually see the shape of the strawberries.
So to a colourblind, any time there is a colour-coded functionality, it’s good (if possible) if there is also either some letters or some patterns to go with that colour code (like red-dotted lines and green-wobbly lines).
Does that give you a clue?
From what i know, about 20% of western mean (12% in Asia or Africa) have some sort of colourblindness - that’s quite a lot (and a lot of them don’t know about it). Only 0,1% of women… I’m unique!