Eye-killing web screens
|Reported by:||TimothyKendall||Owned by:||nobody|
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It would be wonderful if new users could elect a background of light gray (or light something else) for the tutorial screens (and elsewhere, I'm guessing) instead of a full-force-white background. White paper is one thing: it's not an active light source. But a screen (particularly a large one) is quite another, and puts a LOT of light directly into the eyes if the background is white.
This may seem trivial to folks with younger eyes than mine, but the eyestrain problems caused by black-on-white are non-trivial to many of us. A light-gray option would cut the problem WAY down, and would fit well aesthetically with the other colors used in the site. My compliments on the overall appearance as a matter of aesthetics, but a lot of white is seriously hard on the eyes.
Thanks for your consideration.