anksingla at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 09:56:14 EST 2007
Mark Doliner wrote:
> On Wed, 28 Nov 2007 01:25:51 -0500, Ankit Singla wrote
>> I noticed after installing Pidgin 2.3.0 that the tab themes changed
>> for unread messages from: blue-bold-italic: chat with nickname red-
>> bold: others to: red-bold: chat without nickname blue-bold: others
>> I have one question and one suggestion regarding this. Question: Why
>> was it changed? Suggestion: I find that red is more eye-catching
>> than blue. I would prefer if the theme were either user
>> specifiable/themeable, or if it were: blue-bold: chat without
>> nickname red-bold: others
> The tab colors were changed so that person-to-person instant messages would be
> consistent with multi-person chat rooms:
> blue means that someone has sent a
> message to you.
I gathered this. My argument is for red to be someone has sent a message
to you, and blue be someone has sent a message but not necessarily to you.
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