Libsass Contrast Warnings

Using CodeKit App to compile sass/scss & js in a WordPress Theme.
But Codekit (Libsass) keeps throwing up the same error (more of a warning really):

@Warn on Line 78 of "node_modules/foundation-sites/scss/util/_color.scss":
Contrast ratio of #0a0a0a on rgba(10, 10, 10, 0) is pretty bad, just 1

Since rgba(10, 10, 10, 0) = #FDFDFD (very light grey)
And #0a0a0a = almost full black, the contrast ratio is very hight (19.46), but yet Libsass is reading this as just 1.0.
Is this a Libsass, Foundation or CodeKit issue that can be fixed in future releases to prevent this false-positive.

Well, the warning comes from

rgba(10, 10, 10, 0) is almost black, not white.

These would be the right values:

Also your alpha value (0) is not correct as this would be invisible.

Found where this was all coming from… An old _settings.scss file.
When the code was complied it was translating the $transparent;
and converting it to rgba - hence the weird values.
Now sorted with the new compiling method in CodeKit using NPM, so all good.

I’m also using Codekit to compile my sass files and would like to turn off the warnings. What is the best way to do this? Thanks!

Which warning exactly for example?

At the moment, the color contrasts, but if there’s others how would they be turned off as well.

Not sure if this can be suppressed. I never checked this in Codekit.

Ok thanks, I’ll check with the app creator.