Suggestion: "SKINS" for Logos 4

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Stein Dahl | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Feb 20 2010 1:40 PM

I would like to have a few different (maybe 5-10) different "skins" to choose from to customize the way L4 looks. 

I'm not sure if anyone from Logos has noticed this or not - (probably not) - but the way the Windows version looks by default is sort of a washed outpale greenish, not pretty looking inteface that can't be changed. 

The shape of the windows, and tabs and most other things - (would like to see more defined scrollbars) - is okay, but the color and contrast is not so good.

  • So, my suggestion is this: 
  • Create a few "skins" varying in color and contrast (possibly from lighter colored to darker colored with more contrast) that the user can change to suit his screen and liking. 
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tom | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Feb 20 2010 3:00 PM

Stein Dahl:

I would like to have a few different (maybe 5-10) different "skins" to choose from to customize the way L4 looks. 

I'm not sure if anyone from Logos has noticed this or not - (probably not) - but the way the Windows version looks by default is sort of a washed outpale greenish, not pretty looking inteface that can't be changed. 

The shape of the windows, and tabs and most other things - (would like to see more defined scrollbars) - is okay, but the color and contrast is not so good.

  • So, my suggestion is this: 
  • Create a few "skins" varying in color and contrast (possibly from lighter colored to darker colored with more contrast) that the user can change to suit his screen and liking. 

I like this idea a lot, and yes I did noticed the 'not pretty' interface.  Still, I would rather have an ugly looking interface for a program that works than a good looking interface for a program that I cannot use.

Thus, I hope this suggestion makes it into the 'to-do' queue, but after the changes to the note portion of L4.

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Stein Dahl | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Feb 20 2010 3:15 PM

tom collinge:
I would rather have an ugly looking interface for a program that works than a good looking interface for a program that I cannot use.Thus, I hope this suggestion makes it into the 'to-do' queue, but after the changes to the note portion of L4.
Hi Tom,

I couldn't have said it better than you did.  I completely agree.  First things first.

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