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Re: [libreoffice-design] Re: Light Blue for Non-printing characters


Le jeudi 29 mai 2014 à 08:26 -0700, Pedro a écrit :
> Hi all
>
>
> Laurent Lyaudet wrote
> > I prefer the possibility to choose the color as suggested by
> > Jean-Baptiste in comment 10 and Pedro.
> > However there could be also an option to make it depend on the selection
> > color as Astron suggest.
> > I think the best solution is to have all these possibilities.
>
> I would suggest (to make everyone happy) that the Colour for Non-printing
> characters it is set to light blue by default when the font has the default
> colour (black). If the font colour is not black then the non-printing
> characters are by default set to the selection colour (as suggested by
> Astron) . This can always be overridden if the user selects a specific
> colour.
>
> I think that adding the option to allow the user to select a colour would
> require only to add a new entry in the Options dialog (under LibreOffice >
> Appearance > Custom colours > General) named Non-printing characters.
Please, no. The options dialog is already crowded enough with obscure
options. If blue is hard to see for some users, we need to find a better
color, period. You cannot expect users who find it hard to see the light
blue to find out that an option exists buried somewhere in the options,
only a few experts will; and the bulk of users will think LibreOffice is
a bad program.


Regars

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