From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-10 21:24:50
On Wed, 10 Aug 2005 18:57:56 -0400, Beth Jacobson wrote
> Ben Artin wrote:
> > I mind the disappearing underlines because they make links on the two
> > the page act *completely* opposite from each other.
> That was actually what I liked about them. I thought it made a nice
> inverse correspondence. Still, they serve no real purpose and are
> non-standard, so if some people are finding them confusing or even
> just annoying, that's probably sufficient reason to take them out. I
> won't change the test page because they don't really interfere with
> people's ability to evaluate the rest of the changes, but at this
> point I'm thinking they probably don't belong in the final version.
I think the new color scheme is the best I've seen -- I'd ship it. We should
leave the underlines -- I agree with the comment that the color by itself is
too subtle. I could go either way on the disappering behavior. The nice
part is that it gives feedback that you are over the link. But no big deal
Thx Beth for jumping in with some fresh ideas -- and of course thx to Rene for
all the prior work...
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