mats.o.karlsson at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 20:08:54 UTC 2008
Alain Reguera Delgado wrote:
> On 1/14/08, Mats Karlsson <mats.o.karlsson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Some thoughts:
>> 1. Should the squares on the border have a different size compared to
>> the "High contrast Message" or should it be the same size?
Here you can see that the squares has a different size on the border (1)
and the background (2) or is it an optical illusion?
>> 2. Shouldn't there be squares in the background on the "Low contrast
>> Message" also, or do they become invisible then?
Nice and I like the new Medium choice, I hope thats a permanent one or
was it just to visualize the "Light" version.
>> 3. "High contrast Message", what about adding a lighter color "messages
>> left border" as a mirroring of the "Low contrast Message" design?
I did a cut and past to visualize what I mean, its a rude cut. I think
you get the idea of what I mean with a "mirrored" design compared to the
lighter backgrounds that has a discrete left border, so my thought was
to have a light left border on the darker backgrounds. Im not shure if
this is a good idea ;-)
> Hi Mats, your thoughts were included in 1.7-30. Could you check it
> please, to make sure they were correctly interpreted.
See comments above.
And a new thought is to use the irregular square design from the top
banner (3) to the background on the "message styles", that will give a
more lively impression and less squarish... or what do you think?
> Relevant Changes:
> - Add Medium contrast Message style. The wiki syntax is:
> ||<id="mmimg" :^> attachment: ||||<id="mmtxt" (^> Text ... ||
> it also support the following clases:
> * class="orange"
> * class="red"
> * class="blue"
> * class="green"
> * class="violet"
> To use a class (i.e class="blue") we can use the following line:
> ||<id="mmimg" class="blue" :^> attachment: ||||<id="mmtxt"
> class="blue" (^> Text ...||
> If no class is used, then gray color is used.
> - Squares in the messages background were a bit reduced.
> - Add background to low and medium contrast messages to reflect
> semitransparent squares.
> What do you think now ?
> Note: I don't know if the word Medium/Middle is correctly used here.
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