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written by Kristos on Jun 16, 2011 01:06
Which visual style are you using?
written by Cryoburner on Jun 16, 2011 01:27
I had been using Then Comes The Sun, and that's the theme I tend to use most. I just switched to When It Rains though, for a bit of variety. 44 Gj is pretty nice, but it's very, very red. : P
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written by Albeyamakiir on Jun 16, 2011 01:37
Woah, since when has that been there? It looks cool, but doesn't really fit the site, I think (especially with the clouds in the bg). I use Shadows, myself.
written by E_net4 on Jun 16, 2011 09:39
Same, the background won't fit in other themes. I'll just stick to After the Rain.
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written by Mingamango181 on Jun 16, 2011 10:56
I've always preferred 'Then Comes The Sun', since I really like space scenery. '44 Gj', I think is good as well, and yes, it is quite red.

I use the settings in each browser just so I can distinguish what one I'm using : P
r'lyeh sweet r'lyeh
written by Neuzd on Jun 16, 2011 14:00
When It Rains, in my world light background are banished from computers...well, not really (even a section of my website is all white), but I feel incredibly less fatigue staring at a dark background.
ah didn't learn anything!
written by Selbio on Jun 16, 2011 21:44
Whatever the default is. I always seem to lose the cookie for this site shortly after configuring.
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Jun 16, 2011 22:10
I used Then Comes the Sun, always have. Always will.
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Jun 16, 2011 22:14
I use the default.
written by Kristos on Jun 17, 2011 13:12
Neuzd said:
but I feel incredibly less fatigue staring at a dark background.
Same here. I set my computer to have darker backgrounds wherever I can, and I use mild text on a black background when programming. My parents use white background, black text, with monitor set on maximum brightness, and it doesn't seem to bother them... but, then, I've always had the most light-sensitive eyes in the family...

Raptorjedi said:
I used Then Comes the Sun, always have. Always will.
You're so funny. You don't think it possible that a theme more to your liking might arise? (Or - let it not be said! - that Then Comes the Sun might be deleted?)
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Jun 17, 2011 15:30
I too prefer dark BGs and I also lower monitor brightness.

I do not like staring at lightbulbs the entire day
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Jun 17, 2011 16:25
Raptorjedi said:
I used Then Comes the Sun, always have. Always will.
You're so funny. You don't think it possible that a theme more to your liking might arise? (Or - let it not be said! - that Then Comes the Sun might be deleted?)
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The one I originally liked WAS deleted. Jade something or other. But saying it now Alex (whenever you read this), deleting Then Comes the Sun will make me sad. Forever. FOREVER.
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written by Malkom on Jun 17, 2011 21:22
I just discovered this feature from this thread, and have been using the dark purple background for some time now. I also tried the dark red background. They were both pretty good.
written by Kristos on Jun 18, 2011 01:40
I'm generally not into the color "red", but the theme is just so awesome, that it overrode my notions. And I only see a tiny strip of the blue on the sides of the site.
i do my own stun-- avatars
written by Albeyamakiir on Jun 18, 2011 09:30
I don't mind bright things on my monitor, nor high contrast. The way to avoid headaches from that is turn your brightness down. Seriously, the people who complain to me about bright things on a screen are (well, sometimes) the same people who wonder why my monitor isn't all that bright. To me that sounded like putting the air conditioner on too much and wearing a jumper to solve the problem.

My rule of thumb, make the screen about as bright as whatever is behind it, and you never have a problem unless you're tired.
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