Created attachment 8641560 [details] prefs_no_help_to_see.png User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.11; rv:42.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/42.0 Build ID: 20150730030208 Steps to reproduce: - Actual results: - Expected results: The help button in the preferences is badly placed. As you can see from attached screenshot (prefs_no_help_to_see.png), it isn't visible on some pages at first sight since it's hidden at the bottom. This screenshot was taken on my 13" macbook with a fully maximized window. Also, as it is now, the button looks really lost at the bottom and it's really not a visually pleasing composition. My suggestion is to put the button at the top on the right side of the line (see change_position_of_help.png). It's instantly visible and the page composition would be much nicer imho.
Component: Untriaged → Preferences
OS: Unspecified → All
Hardware: Unspecified → All
Just noticed this issue myself - the little help button looks lost. I'd agree with beingalink's suggestion.
Created attachment 8649309 [details] change help position example How does this look for a new position? Moved the button to the header and added a spacer.
@jasonmoggridge - I think that looks a lot better in terms of placement. Not sure about the colour though - either the question mark should be darker, or the icon background. Is it meant to be the same colour as the little orange border to the left of the 'Content' menu item? If it is, then visually it doesn't quite seem so anyway.
Position is much better like this imho. The question mark looks more black in my firefox on OS X and I think that would be better since, as already said, the contrast is too low in the draft picture.
I'm not very good at colors. What about having the background the color of the little orange border and the question mark the color of the background on the left side menu? I do agree that at the least the question mark should be darker. I'll see what i can do.
Changing the background of the icon is easy enough, however i'm stuck on the color of the question mark. The question mark is a .svg image, but the image is black. So the color is somehow changing when it gets displayed, i'm really not sure where that's happening or why/how it's possible.
I am not at a computer, but if you right click and 'view element' you'll see the CSS style. Look for that style in the source.
Home now - looks like a list-style-image: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5306640/setting-bullet-colors-in-ul-li-lists-via-css-without-using-images-or-span-tags
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1104075
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