[Numpy-discussion] [SciPy-dev] More on Summer NumPy Doc Marathon
Tue Jun 9 12:31:47 CDT 2009
--- On Tue, 6/9/09, Bruce Southey <email@example.com> wrote:
> Can you provide the actual colors at the start for :
> * Edit white, light gray, or yellow
> * Don't edit dark gray
> While not color-blind, not all browsers render the same
> colors on all
> operating systems etc.
> What are you using for light gray or is that meant to be
> blue. If it is
> 'blue' then what does it mean?
> It appears to be the same color used on the Front Page to
> say 'Proofed'.
Yes, by all means, I agree 100% (I'm having the same problem). :-) In fact, I think (and have thought) that the light and dark grey and cyan are all too close to each other - anyone object to me replacing the greys w/ orange and lavender?
> What does the 'green' color mean?
> The links says 'Reviewed (needs proof)' but how does
> one say 'proofed'.
Cyan (if I understand you correctly).
> Also the milestone link from the Front Page does not go
Ooops, accidentally broke that editing the page to make the Milestones link more prominent - I'll fix it imminently.
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