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Hi David, all,

this request is meant to ask visually impaired people (or people in contact with them and knowledge about their problems) if there might be
problems with screenshots taken under the modified theme for LibO
screenshots in documentation, on the website and in marketing material.

You already posted your opinion about over-regulation by a common theme for screenshots on the design list, where the main thread has been started. As this question is not related to accessibility, I don't see any reason why it should be replied to here.

Please keep the topic at the part of the thread where it belongs.

David Nelson schrieb:
Hi Sigrid,

On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 12:13 PM, Sigrid Carrera
<>  wrote:
we're currently trying to find a theme to make screenshots, that
will be used in user documentation as well as on the website and in
marketing materials.

I've posted a screenshot with the currently agreed settings here:

Could you please all have a look at it and post any comments you
have? Especially if you see any drawbacks with those settings for
people with limited eyesight (like being colour blind and so on).

I don't have any issues with the theme as such, but I don't see any
particular benefit in constraining people to adopt one single
standardized theme. Do we really need to regulate people's work
contributions to the project so much?

Best regards


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