On Mar 16, 2007, at 10:52 AM, Jacob Rus wrote:
Well, I didn't change the 'embedded
source' background color, as I
don't want to impose my aesthetic vision on a theme I don't even
use. But what I *did* do instead was triple the saturation of the
selection color, simultaneously dropping its opacity by 2/3. This
means that it should look identical against a white background, but
should be considerably more noticeable against the light blue
'embedded source' background.
OK, I just now changed the embedded color to light gray, a change I've
had locally for a while. I think the translucency is still worthwhile,
because you can see the embedded background.
It's not quite identical against white, FWIW.