Add Themes to personalize colors/colours and improve readability
Create set of Themes with current Resource Panel Background choices:
• Black on White
• Black on Gray
• Black on LightGray
• Black on Snow (Paper)
• Black on Windows Default
• Black on WhiteSmoke
Add a "Mobile Reader" theme with light yellow background and dark brown text.
• Mobile SaddleBrown on LemonChiffon
Add a set of "Night Mode" themes: black background with various foreground colors.
• Night Mode Blue on Black
• Night Mode ForestGreen on Black
• Night Mode FireBrick on Black
• Night Mode Gold on Black
• Night Mode FloralWhite on Black
Add "Street Sign" theme using colour combinations from Traffic signs:
• Street Sign Black on DarkOrange
• Street Sign Black on LemonChiffon
• Street Sign FloralWhite on MediumBlue
• Street Sign LemonChiffon on SaddleBrown
• Street Sign Snow on DarkGreen
• Street Sign White on DarkRed
Wikipedia has => https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_colors#Web_colors with Web color names that have been used in Theme names.
Program Setting Accessibility change from choosing Resource Panel Background to choosing a Theme with initial Theme that matches current Resource Panel Background.
Background colo(u)r in all panels and tabs would be affected by Theme choice.
For dark background, may want to invert visual filter and highlighting.
Being able to choose Themes in all apps and applications would be awesome.
Choosing Theme per resource would be incredible; add a field in Library to show Theme and allow Theme to be set for many selected resources.
Forum thread => http://community.logos.com/forums/t/86311.aspx discussion includes a bit more.
I agree 100% all this white space is blinding after hours of study.
Arley McBlain commented
+1 for a dark UI. I'd even be down for writing my own JSON theme or whatever format if it was made extensible.
Andrew Zoll commented
I love this idea. Maybe one tweak I would add would be to suggest that these only be available in reading mode to alleviate the confusion created by so many themes?
Sorry, as I indicated in the forums, I do not support this idea. It seems too confusing to be useful to the average user. A simple change in the background color of a page based on type or tags would be far more useful to me.