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From Dirk Moebius <dmoeb...@scoop-gmbh.de>
Subject Re: Feedback on First screenshots of Custom Colors (PIVOT-579)
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2010 21:51:23 GMT
Looks nice.
I also like the white version more.

In the gray version I'm confused that the Table header is lighter than 
the content, in opposite to TabPane, where the "header" is darker than 
the content (which is white). The Table rows are too dark.


Sandro Martini wrote:
> Hi to all,
> inside the zip you can find the first version of some json custom
> color definitions for the Terra 2.0 skin, related to a WindowsXP-like
> and a Windows2000-like GUI (or better, colors), and a sample
> screenshot for both as usual of the "Kitchen Sink" but note that base
> colors of some elements there are always overridden (so some elements
> in this demo have a different color from the default).
> I have tried to start from real native applications and work on their
> colors to reproduce here with color pickers and screenshots.
> It's a first version (I'm still non satisfied much with them, but here
> I have many constraints, the Terra theme has its own logics on colors)
> ... and I haven't committed them to svn, but after your suggestions
> I'll do it ...
> I like more the white version of it (TerraTheme_windowsXP.json), but
> probably there is too much white in the background and I should darken
> some white.
> The gray here looks a little confuse (TerraTheme_windows2000.json) but
> also this probably can be tuned a little (darkening some grays and
> maybe also some white here).
> And last, tooltips here never use a yellow color (there is one color
> for them in the palette), you can see it for example in the validation
> of Input Text fields.
> But probably this is right because they are validation messages ...
> What do you think ?
> After I'll do the same for ubuntu 10.04 and OS X ... and Swing (Metal)
> ... tell me if someone needs something other standard.
> Bye,
> Sandro

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