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Hi Christoph,
Am 21.12.2010 20:40, schrieb Christoph Noack:
Hi Klaus-Jürgen!

Am Freitag, den 17.12.2010, 22:36 +0100 schrieb klaus-jürgen weghorn ol:
Am 16.12.2010 02:46, schrieb Christoph Noack:
What do you think about this menubar:
The marked button will be green and gets the edge of the logo.

Just to get the whole "picture" - the text will change its color and the
edge will be shown with the "unfolded edge". Is that correct?
see down.

A nice variation ... although - from my point-of-view - we might run
into trouble because of accessibility. Given the fact that the triangle
is rather small and "unusual" (so people might miss the meaning that it
highlights the very next item to the left) only some color change

Just to throw in some proposals - to improve the "usual look" and to add
some more visibility, the background might be changed, too. This
highlights and groups both text and triangle. The small triangle might
then be some kind of "green status LED" ... although this might look
like a 80s stereo system ;-)

Due to time constraints, I skip a visual example ... if you think it's
helpful, please don't hesitate to bother me :-)
I have two more examples:
On the hover button the text is blue1 and have only the edge. the actual side's text is green1 with a kind of frame which is not closed. The third level text (in the sidebar) is orange1.
I take the same colours but this time as background. The text will be white.


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