jjrussell at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 06:27:49 EDT 2005
On 7/15/05, David Barr <dpb at clara.co.uk> wrote:
> - softens the bevel on raised windows, this is basically so it looks
> less harsh and fits in ore with my GNOME environment, mikael says he
> cannot see the differennce, i think it would be of most interest to
> GNOME users, because of the softness. the point of this is if you don't
> use GNOME the difference in probably not even that noticable or
> important to you, if you do i think it helps uniform your desktop. (it
> ain't perfect but it's a start?)
You must have very sensitive eyes. The after seems a little darker but
its hard to see a huge difference.
> - alpha the icon ever so slightly to sofen any unfortunate edges...
This does look better. Its subtle but the icon edges can be pretty harsh.
> - uses larger font on default theme.
I thought that most themes used fonts that were too small but the new
pango font thingy seems to have helped that a lot.
> here is a screenshot here of some of it (bevel handle) left is openbox
> as god intended and right is my abomination:
Your house must be incredibly neat. Thanks for the work and sharing.
It would be cool if it made it into the next release.
> i would be interested in any comments?
> as always apologies for the poor spelling and grammar ;)
> warmest regards
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