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


Hi Cor


Cor Nouws wrote
> I thought about (and mentioned) adding a setting there too.
> But on a second thought, I'm afraid it will not make much sense.
> - most of the time people work with dark on light, or light on dark

If you work with dark on light (the most common use), Light Blue is too pale
especially with thin fonts.

I already had mentioned that it was too late for any automated mechanism,
but at least a manual option would allow to choose any colour (even black!
for those who prefer the old setting).

Too late for that too. Branch 4.3 has reached UI freeze so you can't even
add a setting to change it even if you could code it yourself. Light Blue it
is.

Cheers,
Pedro



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