Re: panel prelight on focus

Chris Chabot wrote:
> >
> >
> >>It's in there for accessibility reasons-- now that the panel is keyboard
> >>navigable, there needs to be a way to show when it was focused, and the
> >>prelight colour was chosen as it was deemed the least garish option that
> >>was still noticeable and consistent with the rest of the theme.  So, at
> >>least if you don't like it, there's an easy fix-- choose a theme with a
> >>different prelight colour :)
> >>
> >
> >There must be a better way to do this. This behavior is the most
> >frequently reported non-crash bug against the new panel, and if users
> >think it is a bug, it is a bug. Louis
> >
> I would like to take this one step further and say that if people
> actualy file bugs against an accesability / usability feature, the
> accesability and usability of that feature is very, very low. 

I think that's rather a groundless position.

You are also talking about one person's P1
(stopper bug) versus another person's annoyance.

That's not to say that it's not worth fixing...


> Remeber:
> its about what people can easely use, and filing bugs is not an
> indication this is their current experiance, quite the oposite realy ;-)
>     -- Chris
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