On 08/07/2013 04:39 AM, Florian Effenberger wrote:
Philipp Weissenbacher wrote on 2013-08-06 22:53:
I noticed that the menu on the extension website appears to flicker
hover over an active menu item: it turns gray and then abruptly turns
again when un-hovering.
Why would we need to change the color of an already active option
If someone with access to
http://extensions.libreoffice.org/portal_css/public.css could remove the
following rule, that'd fix this 'flickering': #portal-globalnav
Or is there a better way to submit such a request? File a bug report,
How could I go about integrating such a change myself?
I'm not sure if this is "working as intended", so to say - I never
considered this as a bug. ;-)
I'll copy Andreas Mantke, our Plone expert, who maybe can have a look
after his vacation when he finds time.
What is meant by "flicker"? If you mouse is hovering over the link,
does it just change to gray or does the color keep trying to change back
and forth while hovering over the link?
I like to use the hover option where it is one color when seen and a
different color, but close to the original one, while your mouse is
hovering. Say dark green when seen normally and a lighter green when
you are hovering over the link.
As far as I know, that is becoming a "normal" practice for many sites
and site developers.
I never heard of any ability, other than blink, to change the color back
and forth while the mouse is hovering over the link without the mouse
moving. I know that "blinking" is something that is frowned upon my
most people I have talked to and drives other "crazy" while trying to
read a text on the same screen as a blinking text. The only use for
blinking text was for a warning message to catch the eye of a main frame
terminal operator to do something "soon". That is what I was told was
its only use back when I was a main frame programmer for business and
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