by Simon Singer » Fri Sep 27, 2013 6:58 pm
brichardsson wrote:i hate to point out the obvious, but human nature is part of the problem. stop and think for a minute.
brichardsson wrote:you're a guy. when was the last time you were hanging with your friends, and a girl walked by, and you told your friends, "dude, that chick is so marginal."
brichardsson wrote:we humans notice and point out the exceptional. it's not a problem, it's just human nature.
mrchad9 wrote:I think if we were designing the system from scratch today photos would have a like/dislike system while the object pages would have the 1-10 or some sort of more detailed voting method.
by Buz Groshong » Fri Sep 27, 2013 8:59 pm
by Simon Singer » Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:47 pm
by Buz Groshong » Mon Sep 30, 2013 1:50 am
Josh Lewis wrote:I'd had the black frame style since the days of SPV2. So what we all see now is the older version. I have a slicker version which might get implemented. Regarding Buz, there are three methods of removing the frames for you. All of these methods would not effect everyone except those interested.
1. I might be able to give you a snippet of code that you could put inside of your browser when visiting summitpost might be able to over write it's CSS to not show frames (this would require investigating).
2. I could make your pages not show frames using a very simple piece of CSS code. But this would involve putting the code on each page and it would only apply to yours.
3. Keep in mind, this is a radical idea and I'm not necessarily proposing it. If preferences come out for SPV4 there could be the possibility of style over ride where you get to select page view (from your profile) in three styles: plain, semi-styled, and well styled.
So those are the only three options I can think of. Most seem to like the new dark grey (it's not black) image box.
by Bob Sihler » Mon Sep 30, 2013 3:11 am
Buz Groshong wrote:Josh Lewis wrote:Most seem to like the new dark grey (it's not black) image box.
Don't go doing anything just for me; it's not worth the effort. 3 does sound interresting, though - if it allows us each to choose how we see pictures rather than how ours are seen. I do prefer that things all look the same, it provides continuity.
by Simon Singer » Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:08 am
Bob Sihler wrote:I do not like the dark theme. At all. I would be deeply pissed to see that change forced on me.
Bob Sihler wrote:Like Buz, I do like the option of choosing the way we view things. Continuity is really important to some people, which explains why some of us can't stand the styling on some profile pages and beta pages.
Bob Sihler wrote:All I want is a user-friendly site with pages that load quickly.
Bob Sihler wrote:I ... need a website that looks like an arcade.
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