Hehe, for every scrot you post you have a lower and lower contrast while this looks very good, might be confused with widgets being "disabled", anyways, thats my try on giving "constructive critisism". gj.
hehe, you are right, i use very low contrasts...maybe some widgets look like disabled for other people
i use those contrasts, cause i use my notebook for job 20-30 hours a week, and in my spare time for some hours more most things i do during my job: reading pdf´s, using office suite and working with browser formulars so i have to pay attention for these formulars and documents and i wanted to disable distractions as far as possible
but, thx for your advice...next time i´ll release a theme i´ll rework it for "normal" use. if you have your own preferences, you sometimes forget that they could differ from standard
Yes I understand there are people who prefer very low contrast for one reason or another, and its important indeed that there are themes of this sort out there also ofc maybe just tag it (lowcontrast) or something, then the right people will find it more easily?
Well when making this kind of themes (adjusting colors and qtcurve settings), you really can let the standards go and just be creative, as I said, it looks mighty good, but might be useful info to have it tagged lowcontrast when you release it
Glad I could help... is just, I know I have been searching for content on opendesktop and here and always seem to have trouble finding just the right stuff, so if people would take the time to tag and name everything accordingly would save a lot of time is all