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Proposed Color Scheme
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Searching for a New Color Scheme
There has been interest on the wiki about a new color scheme to go along with the new skin for some time. We have finally gotten somewhere with the discussion here, and so it's time to put things to a vote! Here is the current scheme and a proposed scheme. As always, tell us what you think-- both positive and negative-- about the new scheme.
So far, this is our list of criteria (nicely given form by Cúthalion):
- Easy to read.
- Easy for people (with or without color vision) to distinguish links from surrounding text.
- Easy for people with color vision to distinguish different color links from each other.
- Pleasing to the eye.
- Close to what people are familiar with.
|1. my talk preferences my watchlist etc...||1. my talk preferences my watchlist etc... (same as #3)|
|2. blah yadda yadda external links spammity-spam||2. blah yadda yadda external links (same as #3) spammity-spam|
|3. blah yadda yadda interwiki links spammity-spam||3. blah yadda yadda interwiki links (another idea) spammity-spam|
|4. blah yadda yadda visited interwiki links spammity-spam||4.a. blah yadda yadda visited interwiki links (one idea) spammity-spam|
|5. blah yadda yadda visited interwiki links to non-existent pages spammity-spam||5. blah yadda yadda visited interwiki links to non-existent pages (same as #6) spammity-spam|
|6. blah yadda yadda interwiki links to non-existent pages spammity-spam||6. blah yadda yadda interwiki links to non-existent pages (unchanged) spammity-spam|
|7. blah yadda yadda active interwiki links spammity-spam||7. blah yadda yadda active interwiki links spammity-spam|
—EldritchNumen 00:56, 1 March 2007 (MST)
FYI, in the proposed scheme (1, 2, and 3) are the same, and (5 and 6) are the same, so there are only four colors in total. Feel free to address the wisdom of this (or lack thereof) in your comments. --Cúthalion 18:35, 4 March 2007 (MST)