build from 8/10
o change windows 'appearance' in the display control panel (plum is my fav)
o white backgroup area around a grey text area in the url entry box
it also looks like the scroll bar's not honoring the system color?
*** Bug 48010 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
woops i dupped the bugs wrong, the comment listed in 48010:
In the Windows Classic skin, in box.css, the color for .box-toolbar-group should
be "window" rather than "white":
background-color : window;
-moz-border-radius : 5px;
padding : 3px 2px 2px 3px;
margin : 0px 10px 0px 5px;
should fix this bug. also css code should be added to make the textcolor be the
system's textcolor, because otherwise someone with a black window background
won't be able to see the text
This is partialy fixed, now changing the color changes most of the URL entry
box, but not all of it. Changing the font color does not do anything, but it
does change the color of the text on the menubar! Should this bug change into
"Any colors in classic skin that aren't correct"?
Adding classic keyword
specific to classic, -> themes
I will try to list all the parts of classic which don't conform to the standard
windows interface. First, the url box is mostly correct, but it has a white
border that looks odd when a different color scheme is applyed. Next, the menu
headings in the menu bar and the bookmarks button on the personal toolbar use
the color windows calls "window text" in the display control panel. Also, the
status indicator uses this color while it should use a color that the user has
chosen to go over the window. That looks like all there is, doesn't seem to hard
to fix, keep up the good work Ben!
nominating nsbeta3+ after reading bug 46613
Fixed in windows (2000-09-11-08-M18).
are you sure? i still see the white background around a grey text entry box in
the same build (200091108).
Sorry that I mistake. Yes, the white backgroup area around a light yellow text
area in the url entry box.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Launch the netscape 6 with the new build (2000-09-12-08-M18).
2. Go the Preferences, select Themes.
3. Select Classic under Themes.
4. Go to windows by selecting the control panel under the settings menu.
5. Open "Display"
6. Click the "Appearance"
7. Select "Plum (High Color)"under "Scheme"
8. Notice that the white backgroup area around a light yellow text area in the
url entry box. This only happens in Classic.
Something related to be careful of while fixing this: <EM>never</EM> leave the
text color as a default, while forcing the background color, or vice versa.
Some people (e.g. me) have desktop themes with things like black windows and
white text. When the URL bar background is forced to white, but the system text
color (white) is used, it does not look so good.
Bug 57426 may be related to this... I'm not sure.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 57429 ***
Verified dipe of bug 57429: "Win classic theme should support system colors"