[digiKam-users] "Legible themes"
Rafael Linux User
rafael.linux.user at gmail.com
Tue Jul 9 09:13:51 BST 2019
I agree. DK theme colors have accessibility lacks. I'm web developer and we
use rules to avoid this situations. There are several sites in Internet
where you can check the accessibility degree of your the colours you
pretend to use. I don't know if KDE give developers tools to check the same
El mar., 9 jul. 2019 8:16, Maik Qualmann <metzpinguin at gmail.com> escribió:
> You mean the slider of the scrollbar? Which color theme did you set in
> Am Montag, 8. Juli 2019, 23:06:45 CEST schrieb digikam at 911networks.com:
> > DK 6.1 appimage on Leap 15.1 KDE
> > I'm having problem viewing some of the "extra stuff" in DK. I've
> > tried all the themes that come with DK without success.
> > I'm old. I'm looking for something clear that tells me where I am
> > on the screen
> > for example: with 'fusion grey' or 'grey card', I cannot see the
> > "thumb" (the part that moves up and down with the position on the
> > list)
> > I also like the 'color contrast' but it's also missing many items as
> > contrast and especially to see what is activated.
> > 1. Is there some other themes to try?
> > 2. Is there some way of modifying these themes to make it more
> > contrasty?
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