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Re: [trinity-devel] Re: [trinity-users] New TDE site released

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2014 01:25:52 +0200
On Monday 20 of October 2014 01:05:57 Alexandre wrote:
> > > However, in all honesty when I first
> > > read Alexandre's description I envisioned something more like the
> > > reflection shown below the icon in this image:
> > > http://rtg.in.ua/galleries/mythtv/mythtv-screen.jpg
> > >
> > > We could tone down the reflection a bit and make the horizontal line
> > > more prominent; this would also help segment the page a bit so that the
> > > screenshot isn't running into the news as much,
> > >
> > > Thoughts on whether this is a good idea or terrible?
> >
> > The problem with that is that it involves extra work (possibly
> > significant extra work, if we want to use the effect on other screenshots
> > on the site), because every time the screenshot is changed, someone will
> > have to produce a new "reflection" graphic.  It also increases the
> > vertical space needed for each image to which it's applied by around 1/3,
> > and might require moving or removing the "More screenshots" link (you'll
> > notice that your sample image does not have text directly below it).
> >
> > E. Liddell
>
> Hi,
>
> Visually, I have no problem with either using the provided false shadow or
> the CSS3 one. What it does when it is displayed in Konq-error? Does it make
> Konq go crazy or it is just not shown.
>
> On the other side, if it is problematic when shown in Konqueror, maybe we
> could use a false shadow picture, but with the 2 sides, as the CSS3 one.
> But it is almost only to make it Dillo-proof...
>
> Also, it was a good idea to make the text italic, and the orange RSS logo
> make it a little more colorful, which is not bad!
>
> Thank you! Good work!
> -Alexandre

I'd prefer shadow using CSS - without additional image.

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Slávek