Closed Bug 1128724 Opened 6 years ago Closed 6 years ago
"Print" reader mode theme name is confusing
Filing this based off of some of the comments in bug 1117258, as well as my own impressions. Is the "Print" theme supposed to relate to printing the page? Or is it just another word for "Sepia"? When I first saw these controls, I thought that print button would print the page, but AIUI it's just another theme. Am I wrong about this? In any case, it would be good to clarify what this means.
This was something Mike and I thought about when we had that hack week together. It's supposed to be a third option to the Reader Mode. FWIW, I've also said that this is probably not a V1 for Mobile and is something we'll need to spend some more time on.
Anthony, was the intend to create a page that can be printed or is it a replacement for Sepia?
I see your point. I would prefer "Sepia" as oppose to "print".
/r/3411 - Bug 1128724 - Rename "Print" reader mode theme to "Sepia" Pull down this commit: hg pull review -r ec9b9734be1630bf67a31a2c7e91f8ba42817780
https://reviewboard.mozilla.org/r/3411/#review2757 ::: mobile/android/app/mobile.js (Diff revision 1) > -// The default color scheme in reader mode (light, dark, print, auto) > +// The default color scheme in reader mode (light, dark, auto) We don't support sepia on mobile, so I decided to remove this from the comment in mobile.js
(FYI, I'm going to build my patch for bug 1120735 on top of this, which will expose "Sepia" as an option in the toolbar UI)
Comment on attachment 8560098 [details] MozReview Request: bz://1128724/margaret https://reviewboard.mozilla.org/r/3409/#review2759 ::: toolkit/themes/windows/global/aboutReader.css (Diff revision 1) > background-color: #fff1df; We shouldn't change this to 'sepia' while we're still using an off-white color here. Sepia is commonly used with reference to a light-brown (Wikipedia says #704214 hex), but a wheat brown will probably look better (#F5DEB3).
Filed a bug to implement this on iOS too as soon as we know for sure what the exact color for Sepia should be https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1130257
I talked to mmaslaney about this on IRC, waiting to hear back from him to see what he thinks.
I feel like we should move forward with "Sepia", as "Print" could be confused with actual printing functionality. Moreover, I adjusted the background to be a 10% shade of true Sepia. http://invis.io/3Z217X1FY http://invis.io/JH26PPWT5
Comment on attachment 8560098 [details] MozReview Request: bz://1128724/margaret /r/3411 - Bug 1128724 - Rename "Print" reader mode theme to "Sepia" /r/3699 - Bug 1120735 - Implement desktop reader mode controls Pull down these commits: hg pull review -r f4e1c89865e2e7f2a14d5477ed0ee3f5500ff9b6
(In reply to :Margaret Leibovic from comment #11) > Comment on attachment 8560098 [details] > MozReview Request: bz://1128724/margaret > > /r/3411 - Bug 1128724 - Rename "Print" reader mode theme to "Sepia" > /r/3699 - Bug 1120735 - Implement desktop reader mode controls > > Pull down these commits: > > hg pull review -r f4e1c89865e2e7f2a14d5477ed0ee3f5500ff9b6 Sigh, reviewboard confusion... I'll just upload patches to these two bugs.
Attachment #8562391 - Flags: review?(jaws) → review+
Verified fixed on Nightly 38.0a1 (2015-02-18) using Windows 7 (x64), Ubuntu 14.04 (x64) and Mac OS X 10.9.5. Confirmed that the "Print" Reader Mode theme has been renamed to "Sepia" and that its background has been adjusted, per Comment 10.
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