Discussion in 'That's So Meta!' started by rorleuaisen, Mar 28, 2017.
That brick pink logo looks really nice!
The black text on gray of some of the text when you click on someones username is hard to read (clicked a random user as an example) on sbahj alternate title. Possibly just a me thing?
isn't that a feature?
It being hard to read?
Edit: cant quite parse what youre asking, could you rephrase?
It being Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff related, unreadable nonsense would presumably be a feature and not a bug.
Oh ok i get it, haha. Id still like to be able to read it though.
*tries SBAHJ theme with new logo*
*eyeballs spontaneously combust*
the sbahj theme is cool but i'm mildly disappointed that the logo still spells "kintsugi" correctly
also what was the story behind the style reset?
Tech stuff! Apparently styles can be made separate things or children of one main thing. If they are children, stuff like 'fixing the kerning of the login agreement' flows through whereas if they are individual changes need to be made by hand.
So all of the styles needed to be moved to be children because that will easier maintenance long-term.
honestly my first reaction was like 'now it's red!' but i put on the theme and it makes me feel. really good like this is a pleasurable theme to slip into and it makes browsing the site warm and cozy and feel good. it's like... gosh! something in the family of colours i love (red-pink). it's a viscerally good feeling theme, thanks. it makes me happy to browse the site in. also I even really like the name. 'brick pink', the brick colours, everything. thank you very much.
Much! Thank you!
Is there any chance that the lines that differentiate between a post and a sig can be darkened or made more obvious on the purple and green theme? It's really hard to see.
thank you for the alt sbahj logo, that made me grin :D
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