Hi Erich and Tim,
Le 2013-02-19 16:50, webmaster-Kracked_P_P a écrit :
On 02/19/2013 04:38 PM, Erich Christian wrote:
Hi Marc, *
Am 19.02.2013 19:34, schrieb Erich Christian:
The mentioned generic text is displayed on if Type != box and != src,
another one could be displayed on Type == box.
Here  is an example for a type=box generic text and slightly modified
font-size/weight of the links for comparison.
The page definitely looks cleaner and the text above the buttons work a
Chrome has the text "bolder" that it is with Firefox. But all of the
text in on the green button, which it was not with Chrome display of the
4.0.0 pageoutside of your "staging" work. The text for 4.0.0 was larger
and pushed the "(Torrent, Info)" off the image.
If the "staging" size is different than the "normal" one, then I vote to
use that textsize option[s]. We just have to come up with the DVD naming
convention for the next version[s] of the DVDs.
If you and the DE LibOx team can cooperate and work on a common naming
scheme, then it will most likely set a precedent for all other DVD sets
(if we ever get any others). Is there a way that you could try to come
up with a common formula?
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