Bug#680505: desktop-base: Text has too low contrast with new Grub background
Le 06/07/2012 à 16:48, Paul Tagliamonte <firstname.lastname@example.org> écrivit :
> > > > > Also image brightness varies in different part of the image.
> > > > > Consider making image use more homogenous brightness when text is printed
> > > > > over it and if using light colour background make text colour darker.
> > > >
> > > > This is the style the author of the theme has gone with. I'm sure we can
> > > > find a color that works without destorying his vision for the work.
> > >
> > > I'm concerned about this because I wouldn't want to see the theme
> > > changed. I hope higher contrast can be achieved for those who wish it by
> > > simply changing the text color.
> > I'll see what color can be used. If no one is suitable, I may render a darker
> > background for grub.
> Let's get s'more opinions. I didn't really have a problem with it, and I
> didn't notice until the reporter pointed it out, so let's get s'more
> opionons before we go and do that :)
I agree the text to background contrast is too low, and I have a hard
time seeing the grub countdown.
> > >
> > > It's interesting that you notice it, too. I wonder if the type of
> > > display (CRT vs LCD or even type of LCD) has something to do with it.
> > > Looks gorgeous on all the LCDs here.
I have found the contrast to be too low on both the screens I saw it on:
my Thinkpad x61s (laptop, 1024x768), and my desktop (it's a 24 inch
iiyama LCD screen, and I'm not quite certain what is the resolution in
early boot. It's certainly not the native 1920x1080 though).
Thanks for looking into this issue!