[Grok-dev] Re: Suggested look for grok.zope.org

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Sat Jun 2 05:12:01 EDT 2007

Thanks for letting me know that you are using a Macbook!!! This makes  
it possible for me to investigate your claims. :)

Sometimes there is a difference between what "is" and what "is  
perceived" and even more so what "is described as being perceived".  
This doesn't invalidate the feedback, it just makes it very, very  
difficult to investigate. :)

Just for the record, there will be probably 50-100 touch-ups going  
from the current state to a final design. That's part of the design  

Mvh Sebastian

2 jun 2007 kl. 00.38 skrev Martin Aspeli:

> Sebastian Ware wrote:
>> Please let me know what kind of monitor setup you have and also   
>> preferably some sample sites that you also find too low in  
>> contrast,  and ones that "just make it". I have no way of  
>> recreating your  experience without some more information. It's a  
>> bit like the bug  reports: "Please fix your application, it is  
>> soooo slow!" :)
>> I have configured perfect colour workflows for printing so I'm  
>> not  entirely lost at this, even though you might be getting that   
>> impression... ;)
> I have no idea how to even tell you this stuff. I'm just saying, it  
> looks washed out on my MacBook, and other things do not. :)
> The point is that if it looks this way to me, it does to lots of  
> other people too, since those other people probably haven't touched  
> their screen settings any more than I have.
> By the way, when I say "contrast" I don't necessarily mean in the  
> graphics sense. It could just as easily be your choice of colours.  
> But for example, the headers in the boxes on the left are nearly  
> invisible to my eyes unless I go and look for them.
> Martin
> -- 
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