musyc: Silver flute resting diagonally across sheet music (Default)
Come Hell or High Water ([personal profile] musyc) wrote in [site community profile] dw_beta 2014-06-10 02:28 pm (UTC)

Laptop: Vista Home Premium SP2, Firefox 29.0.1, Tropo Purple (Stylish turned off after I remembered >.> ), 1280x800. (Default font, Times New Roman at 16, with 'allow pages to choose their own' checked.)

The menu links in the top header (post, reading page, inbox, etc) have very different colors. a is a much lighter purple than expected, a:hover and a:active are a deep ... plum? There appears to be no a:visited differentiation.

The logout button at the top has lost its decorative elements. No gradient/shiny. It's a couple of pixels further right - which I actually like. I've felt for a long time that it's too close to the user name.

The tiny arrows in the drop-down menus are rather nice! Makes it more obvious there's stuff underneath them.

One thing that bothers me: When the font is zoomed or the screen-area is reduced, the colored bar with the interaction options drops the search box and go button down a line, aligned right. Buuuuuuuuut the color doesn't extend to the left of the screen with it. I have no suggestions and it's something I could learn to ignore eventually, but it tweaks my mental full-alignment!1! preferences.

(And I don't know if it's always been there and I've just never seen it before or if it's a new thing, but the "remove purged members" button on the community membership list? Awesome. That makes semi-irregular list cleanups so much easier. I'd personally like it to take care of deleted members too (I'm picky about struck-out names in my member lists), but purged is totally cool.)

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