Vote now! (was Re: straw-man 3.2 default preferences)
bparsia at email.unc.edu
Fri Apr 19 12:40:14 UTC 2002
On Fri, 19 Apr 2002, Jon Hylands wrote:
> If Squeak didn't allow me to use white windows, for whatever reason,
And once it didn't :) That is a good change!
> then I most likely wouldn't use it as a development environment.
> To give an example, when I download an application (they usually
> seem to be written in Visual Basic), and there are windows with lots
> of background colors and colorful buttons, I generally look for a
> preference to turn it off, and if I can't find it in about 30 seconds,
> I close the app and uninstall it from my system...
Sure, and I'm perfectly comfortable with *these* assertions.
Hm. Indeed, doesn't that go counter to your earlier claim that if you
dload an app it comes with the "white look"? :)
As for the *default* look, I favor having a giant slider with "bone
white" on end and "cotton candy" on the other. As you move the from bw to
cc the color saturation increases... :)
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