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From Armin Waibel <arm...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [jira] Closed: (FOR-846) tigris-skin: skinconf.xsl cause poorly readable .pdf-doc 'code' sections
Date Wed, 12 Apr 2006 09:09:53 GMT
Hi David and Ross,

Strewth! I'm so stupid! Sorry for waste your time and thanks so much for 
all your help (and change of default color ;-)).

regards,
Armin


David Crossley (JIRA) wrote:
>      [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-846?page=all ]
>      
> David Crossley closed FOR-846:
> ------------------------------
> 
>     Fix Version: 0.8-dev
>      Resolution: Fixed
> 
> I think that you might have missed the importance of what Ross was saying. If you define
this colour in your projects' src/documentation/skinconf.xml file then if will over-ride the
defaults. There is a potential trap. Look at the comments in skinconf.xml at the <colors>
section. You need to uncomment one of the color groups. The default group for the "tigris"
skin is probably close to the "Collabnet" group of example colours.
> 
> Anyway, i did apply the change that you suggested to the trunk code.
> 
>> tigris-skin: skinconf.xsl cause poorly readable .pdf-doc 'code' sections
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>          Key: FOR-846
>>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-846
>>      Project: Forrest
>>         Type: Bug
> 
>>   Components: Skins (general issues)
>>     Versions: 0.7, 0.8-dev
>>     Reporter: Armin Waibel
>>     Priority: Trivial
>>      Fix For: 0.8-dev
> 
>> When using tigirs-skin the generated .pdf-docs 'code' sections are poorly readable,
because black letters on dark-blue background is used.
>> To reproduce:
>> Seed default project, enable tigris skin in forrest properties and generate the site.
Open the generated .pdf-docs and search for "source code"-sections.
>> Fix:
>> Change in tigris skinconf.xsl the default and fall back color of 'code' sections
from dark blue to another color (e.g. light grey)
>> ...
>> <color name="code" value="#EEEEEE"/>
>> ...
>> <xsl:if test="not(color[@name='code'])">
>>        <color name="code" value="#EEEEEE"/>
> 

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