Friday, 09 April 2021
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Hello all,

usually the templates include the theme color of the respective workbook or watchtower edition. Until April it was always a lighter shade in the time column, because the time is displayed in black font.

Starting with the meeting worbook no. 5 2021 (starting 3rd May) and the watchtower edition no. 4 2021 (starting 7th June), the time column is not in a lighter shade anymore. Therefore the time is hardly readable in the templates like COMBO_1 / MW-Schedule_1 /...

Can you please fix this with an update this month, since the colors are passed to the templates by the program?

old (until April):                                               new (starting May/June):

3 weeks ago
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Hi, is there any possibility to change the font color in the database for example? I'm preparing the schedule for May now and it will be difficult to read if it stays the way it is.

3 weeks ago
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I understood a fix was underway, but I think it is a bit later than planned. The fix is supposed to choose as background not the actual workbook colour, but a less opaque version of it.

Anyway, so now we have to use our imagination a little.... According to this here (https://www.w3schools.com/css/css3_colors.asp) you can change the opacity, but it will also change the opacity of the text. That will will not solve the fact that the contrast between the two is too low, which is the key issue here.

So the obvious solution is to change the text to white (or green, or red ...). So there are 5 instances where you have to add " color:white; " into the html. I tried to test and could share it while I am at it anyway. So see attm.


https://www.theocbase.net/support-forum/post/1097-donations.html

For accessing the database my personal preference is http://sqlitebrowser.org/

For editing templates I like to use http://brackets.io/ 

 


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