Lime green text on new Livecode website

Terry Judd terry.judd at unimelb.edu.au
Wed May 22 04:00:20 EDT 2013


Hey Mark - yes definitely more yellow green than lime but still difficult to read. Particularly bad on both my Mac monitors but not much better on an iPad.

Regards,

Terry...

On 22/05/2013, at 05:46 PM, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Hi Terry,
> 
> It isn't called LimeGreen. LimeGreen is much brighter and greener. What you mean is YellowGreen (unix colour name). It is a little faint, but I can read it fine. You might want to adjust the colour settings of your monitor.
> 
> You can see the difference here: http://qery.us/3h3 Left is the LimeGreen, which I looked up and right is the YellowGreen from the website.
> 
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> On 5/22/2013 09:13, Terry Judd wrote:
>> Is it just me or is the lime green text on the new Livecode website way too pale to read easily. It's not that I don't like the color, but it does seem to get lost against a white background. Check out the tutorials section and you'll see what I mean.
>> 
>> Terry...
>> 
>> Dr Terry Judd
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>> Medical Eduction Unit
>> Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences
>> The University of Melbourne
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