Transparent themes without composition
Aaron J. Seigo
aseigo at kde.org
Sun May 3 20:37:51 CEST 2009
On Sunday 03 May 2009, David Nolden wrote:
> @Aaron: I know the real part of this discussion is long over for a long
> time. Now I just have to defend against all those who are telling to me
> that the problem I'm having does not exist.
nobody's saying that. what they are saying is that your proposed solution is
> But for now I have one important recommendation: Do not allow using
> transparent themes without composition. When composition is disabled and
> the theme does not have an opaque version, switch to another theme that is
> Right now, transparent themes without composition make plasma look just
hm. see, i suggested a way to make this better. you did a bunch of work that
could have been used to do that. yet you didn't. you instead decided to go off
and do your own things despite being told _in advance_ that it would be
accepted. you then went and committed those changes anyways, twice. this would
all be made much simpler and everyone would be at least bit happier with the
non-opaque svg's being given a background colour when there is no compositing.
can we get back to actually improving things in ways we can all agree on
instead of this useless bikeshedding? it takes a small amount of cooperation,
but then we all win.
Aaron J. Seigo
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