b: 2000-05-28-??/win32 open the attached file and moving the cursor over the radio box, it really looks ugly, because the whole border disappears
Assignee: hyatt → ben
someone in layout needs to fix their ugly widgets ;) (html.css)
Assignee: ben → clayton
Component: XP Toolkit/Widgets: XBL → Layout
QA Contact: jrgm → petersen
Triaging Clayton's list: ------------------------- Starting with Marc ( since it invloves tweaking html.css ). CCing Kevin and Rod.
Assignee: clayton → attinasi
Yes, it is bad on a black background. Presuming we do something to the border to show that the control is hovered over, we will always make it look bad on some background. So, maybe it would be better to not use the border to show hover, or maybe we just live with it and let the author change the style to suit their design goals? I'm not the guy to decide how it should look; Rod? Is this worth re-evaluating? NOTE: checkbox have the same issue since it has a similar :hover rule...
*If* (and I thought, it´s only for <A/>) :hover and Co are valid CSS for other elements, we don´t need to touch this. What´s with inverting surrounding color or background color...
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
CSS doesn't have a color 'invert' unfortunately; you have to specify an actual color (by name, RGB or numeric value). Marking WONTFIX.
in fact is has been fixed meanwhile :)
Status: RESOLVED → CLOSED
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