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new colour scheme

Graham Smith

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I'm glad you like it.

After the telling off you and Dawn gave me on Friday, I had no option but to change it!
 

deejay499

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Relating to your signature - there is quite a write up on Nigel Seymour Smith in Feb Classic Bike. It shows photos of the `A`, Nigel, as well as the
Python Special that was donated last year and some photos of Nigel the man in action.
The colour is better, Graham.
Cheers, Dave
 
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Tom Gaynor

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I think the new colour scheme is hideous. It reminds me of the schools of my youth. Those were painted that colour, I always assumed, to make it crystal clear that one wasn't there to have a good time.
 

Graham Smith

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I think the new colour scheme is hideous. It reminds me of the schools of my youth. Those were painted that colour, I always assumed, to make it crystal clear that one wasn't there to have a good time.

Hi Tom

Unfortunately as this version of the software is pretty new, our options are pretty limited at the moment.

As new styles become available, I'll keep my eye on them and report back here.

Graham
 

Tom Gaynor

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No problem, Graham. You can please all of the people...

I can get over the colour (just...) particularly when the usability improves with every update.
 

Graham Smith

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Upstreeter said:
As a matter of interest Graham, what programme(s) are used in the production of MPH?


Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat are the main ones. Followed by Flash for putting Flogger's Corner on the Forum.

Why's that?


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Upstreeter

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Merely professional interest. I'm in the same game that's all - although I do more conceptualising than being a wizard with the tech stuff. I do think, however that of all the tools Photoshop is (at least for me) the most stunning in it's breadth of capabilities. Sorry, not Vincent oriented and of probably no interest to most other members at all.
 

CollingsBob

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The forums are in colour?...One day I will have a colour monitor - one day when I am wealthy...until then I will use my etch-a-sketch which renders colours as either dark grey, or light grey.
 

Graham Smith

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Bob.

If you really haven't got a colour monitor (which I suspect you have), you should get yourself down to your local recycling centre.

Down at our one, there's always loads of colour monitors that have been discarded as the owners have now upgraded to flat screens!
 

CollingsBob

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The beauty of using an etch-a-sketch for a monitor is that I can simple turn it upside down and shake it instead of hitting "refresh"...lol
 

CollingsBob

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Now that I have thoroughly hijacked this thread..sorry about that...Those really are wonderful images done on an etch-a-sketch..thanks for posting
 

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