Hi Michael, all,
On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 3:44 AM, Michael Wheatland
These look fantastic. I think we should look at implementing this CSS
as soon as possible.
It'd just be a matter of pinging Christian - he's usually very quick.
However, I would like us to (quickly) agree on how the more colorful
styles should be used so that they don't get used just for the sake of
being used and so they don't get used inconsistently across pages.
My suggestion would be to use the colorful paragraph styles with icons
where appropriate. For general highlighting, the green (or blue) style
should be used. One option might be to use the relevant colorful box
for pages pertaining to Writer, Calc, Draw, etc, but since they are
shared with other styles (e.g. impress colors are used for an error
notice), this might not be such a good idea from a UX point of view.
Maybe Christoph can weigh in briefly?
I don't want this to become a long drawn out discussion; I just don't
want to see these styles being used to turn the website into a rainbow
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