[ubuntu-art] Inconsistence of gradients and artwork colors

Mark Shuttleworth mark at canonical.com
Wed Apr 5 14:15:22 BST 2006

Henrik Nilsen Omma wrote:
> The trick is that the tips slightly overshoot the edge of the slider
> groove so you don't get a round edge meeting a square one. Imagine
> that the tips are not sitting in the groove with the rest of the
> slider, but are less deep so they can pass over the edge of the
> stepper slightly when they reach the edge.
Guys, this thread is out of control!

Read my original comment, which sparked the thread. The specific
feedback I have been given is that the scrollbar tips, when the
scrollbar is at the end, look like a "white well". Some scrollbars have
white wells. Our well is dark, but when the scrollbar is up against the
end, the tip can be interpreted as a white well, meaning that the
scrollbar os not quite up against the end. Make sense?


The gap between square stepper and rounded tip is EXACTLY what I am
looking to test out.

Because that will clearly say "This is the tip, which is white, over the
well, which is dark, and its all up against the end of the well, next to
the square stepper".

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