I am a software developer and I am colorblind. This is a mild disability, but it's still quite inconvenient when I use some parts of a software (IDEs for example).
I understand this can be quite good for the company's image ("we have 6 % of disabled employees, we are open-minded" and such), but it's still quite problematic for me, as I will have to spend a few hours or days configuring my computer tools, and I still won't be able to perform some simple task, thus will have to ask for someone's help. This will at most take 20 minutes per week, but I'm still uncomfortable disturbing a colleague who is working/busy.
So here is my question: should I or not talk about it during interviews?