KDevelop's welcome page
aleixpol at kde.org
Wed Nov 16 11:45:04 UTC 2011
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 9:05 AM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
> On 16.11.11 02:29:30, Aleix Pol wrote:
> > Hi!
> > So I wanted to give a push to the welcome page these days, here there are
> > some results. I think it's more or less ready to be merged to master, but
> > probably you'll want to change some things ( ;) ) so that's why I'm
> > this mail here.
> > It's on the welcomepage branch, if you want to you can try it now. It
> > should just work. If it doesn't: poke me :).
> > For those lazier I've prepared some screenshots so that you can have an
> > idea of what it looks like:
> > http://proli.net/meu/kdevelop/kdev-welcomepage.png
> > http://proli.net/meu/kdevelop/kdev-welcomepage-learn.png<
> > http://proli.net/meu/kdevelop/kdev-welcomepage1.png<
> > http://proli.net/meu/kdevelop/kdev-welcomepage2.png<
> > Furthermore, I know I'm no good designer. If someone wants to help with
> > looks, I'll be deeply thankful :).
> What about Nuno, he should be able to give you a hand or point to
> someone in the kde-designer team who's able to.
I've tried to get designers on board on other projects (see my blog) and
they are not very collaborative. I frankly don't know who to ask anymore.
> Personally I'd use less colors, i.e. stick with 2 or maybe 3 colors,
> possibly the ones from the first screenshot or the reddish-ones from the
> review-page. Does the code use hardcoded font-color of black so that
> nobody can run into a 'green font on green background' problem?
It doesn't use QPalette, it just will look the same anywhere. If we want it
to change, we can make it to, though :).
> The text layout itself is quite ok IMHO. And great job on getting this
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