Temporary KColorScheme change - hard-code some state colors

Jakob Petsovits jpetso at gmx.at
Sun Sep 16 14:22:47 BST 2007

On Sunday, 16. September 2007, pinheiro wrote:
> A Sunday 16 September 2007 12:58:38, Jos Poortvliet escreveu:
> > On 9/16/07, pinheiro <nuno at oxygen-icons.org> wrote:
> > > http://www.nuno-icons.com/images/estilo/image4618.png
> > > the butons are faded off the text is greish on the tile bar removed the
> > > glow gradient from inactive, reduced the size of the shadow and the
> > > overal coloring is sutly difrent.
> >
> > I can't really see if you DID change the background, but if you did, I
> > really object to that. That's exactly what everyone here hates so
> > much, as it makes the whole window seem to flash. No matter how subtle
> > it is (unless it's so subtle you really can't see it, in which case it
> > makes no sense).
> it does if it is done right. you wont notce it profoundly couse the
> difrence is rather small so you will not see any flikering its a realy
> small diference.

Just out of interest, could you post the same mockup without background 
changes (but all the other effects being kept)?

The mockup above contains subtle changes:
#D5D5D7 vs. #DBDBDD, and
#C5C5C7 vs. #CBCBCD.

It would be interesting to see if it looks similarly inactive if both versions 
have the *B*B*D background colors.

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