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


V Stuart Foote wrote (22-06-14 17:33)

> Full context of forum threads as always are available from our Nabble
> archive ....

Yes I know, but appreciate proper quoting or direct pointers. No extra
searching pls :(
(thanks for adding the specific pointer!)

> .... But a move back to a
> mid-density gray would leave UI little better than the old default (of
> matching text color).

IMO mid gray is better yes. And I thought since there was more
discomfort, that would be seen as the best temporary solution.
But I may have misunderstood. (Little chaotic discussions sometimes,
sorry :) )

> As can be seen in:
> http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/core/commit/?id=fb99a6b9958815eb1ad27179d252a379ce8b79fd
> the NON_PRINTING_CHARACTER_COLOR is now defined just once in

Indeed an easy hack.

Cheers,


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