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From Robert Sfeir <rob...@codepuccino.com>
Subject Re: OJB site with modified Forrest style?
Date Sat, 15 May 2004 16:35:36 GMT
Krystalis definitely looks like crap on Safari.

I prefer the standard tigris with the blue underline, I don't like the 
black of the other one because it's not obvious you can click the menu, 
it looks like regular text.

R
On May 15, 2004, at 11:13 AM, Armin Waibel wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> the voting about the best Forrest style some days ago favourite the
> krysalis-style and tigris-style.
>
> The krysalis-skin seems to cause problems with page width and 
> safari-browser.
>
> So the tigris-skin seems to be a better choice. But this skin has a 
> few drawbacks (IMO):
> - no emphasized code sections
> - no emphasized code fragments
> - blue font for menu
> - no colored footer
> - some other "strange" colors
>
> In Forrest skinconf.xml file it is possible to set many skin colors 
> and to add additional CSS arguments. I try to fix the drawbacks 
> described above (keep in mind I'm not a web-designer ;-)) and create 
> an modified tigris-style. Now you can compare the different styles:
>
> http://www.powaibel.de/ojb/
>
> What do you think which one is the best tigris-style or ojb-style 
> (modified tigris style)?
> ("Think carefully", I worked hours on that stuff ;-))
>
> If you don't like the made changes download the latest Forrest snapshot
> http://www.powaibel.de/ojb/download
> and try to create a better style (all suggestions are welcome) ;-)
>
> regards,
> Armin
>
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Robert S. Sfeir
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HHS Portal
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