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  • by daxim (8218) on 2009.07.17 10:27 (#69516) Homepage Journal
    http://www3.pic-upload.de/17.07.09/ew6t69k5hibi.png [pic-upload.de]

    Can you provide the old colours (with link rel="alternate stylesheet")? I don't like dark pages for documentation.

    • I know this is bad, to have a lot of working changing the webpage design, and the first comment is, bring the old back.

      Unfortunately I agree with daxim. This design is too heavy (in colors and distracting boxes) for documentation, and too narrow (when we all have panoramic screens.

      I think the old design was cool.

      Before finishing, just as an external example, look at http://www.gtk.org/ [gtk.org] . The main page have lots of collors, and fixed width, but when you get to the documentation ( http://library.gnome.org/dev [gnome.org]

    • I have to agree with the 'too narrow' comment even though I can live with the colours. This 'narrow' presentation is not only silly in the day of the wide screen, but it also breaks the HTML philosophy of letting the user's browser and physical display determine the most appropriate presentation. Ie. why should I endure a narrow presentation with wide gray borders just because you have to?
      • I agree on the colors being a bit too dark, at least on the sidebar and top (that is, those places which are dark.)

        Judging by a comparison of the referenced picture above and the current look, I think it's been tweaked to handle the too narrow complaint. However, that just puts the real complaint into sharp relief - it breaks the HTML philosophy of letting the user's browser and physical display determine the most appropriate presentation. Why should I have to endure a horizontal scrollbar just because yo