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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby lxnay » Sun Sep 09, 2007 12:00

ahah!
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby shebroman » Mon Sep 10, 2007 14:20

Good response....do your own schemes
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby Blind Bear » Tue Sep 11, 2007 21:31

I would like to give a positive vote for the new colour scheme, much more readable for older eyes.The last one was about the prettiest bunch of colours I have seen, just a little tough for me. Play around with your colours/layout etc any time you like....... just keep it functional and readable for most eyes, you can't please everyone all the time. :D
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby handy » Thu Sep 13, 2007 8:32

I really like the new colour scheme, the site looks fantastic now, & is easy to read. The previous scheme was much harder on the eyes, this is great! :-D

Thanks for all the hard work!
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby the_heatherlys » Thu Sep 13, 2007 19:58

We really like the new color scheme for the forums -- it goes very well with the "Wine, eggs and Sabayon", as it looks like it was painted in wine and blush colors. Perfect.

Great job Fabio!
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby lxnay » Thu Sep 13, 2007 22:04

the_heatherlys wrote:We really like the new color scheme for the forums -- it goes very well with the "Wine, eggs and Sabayon", as it looks like it was painted in wine and blush colors. Perfect.

Great job Fabio!

it's also thanks to you :)
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby jerryf196 » Thu Oct 04, 2007 14:26

is there a new release 3.5 coming out soon?
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby lxnay » Thu Oct 04, 2007 14:39

probably the first testing release quite soon.
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby Ollie » Fri Oct 05, 2007 16:37

It is hard to be functional when you can't tell the posts apart, don't know about the rest of you, but those that have a touch of colorblindness are completely confused.
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Re: Sabayon Linux future colour scheme

Postby WarraWarra » Fri Oct 05, 2007 17:29

Olie they are working on possibly having several color themes and then using the user control panel might be able to set it to you prefered color / colour .

Could try to in the mean time to use firefox / ? web browser and it usually has a feature to insted of using the default colors have the tect always custom color / black or white background etc etc something like this and this would override all website pages and be default your selection.

This could help in the mean time for you or enyone with similar problems.

Firefox -> tools -> options -> content -> tab labeled "colours" and select system colours , remove "allow pages to use default"
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