On Sat, 08 Aug 2020 21:16:27 +0200 Per Jessen firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
David C. Rankin wrote:
On 8/8/20 12:44 PM, David C. Rankin wrote:
Since someone changed the basic listing format from download.opensuse.org/repositories to some unwanted html format, the biggest problem is the damn horizontal lines drawn between every directory and they are drawn in a bright-white over a dark background -- it's like looking into a floodlight trying to pick out details behind it. Take a look at:
Where I see:
It is enough to drive you blind. Can we at least remove the horizontal lines? I could live with cyan folder names on a dark background if there wasn't a bright white line in between every folder. Personally, I'd prefer the raw folder listing that reduces the bandwidth by 500%, but I understand it's hard to gore somebody's new ox.
The package listing is even worse. Try and pick out i3-gaps... quickly:
David, I thought we already had an open ticket on that (and I agree with you), but please write to email@example.com and complain.
You clearly have some different browser settings to me, since I see alternate white and light grey backgounds behind the lines, with mid-grey single-pixel separators (i.e an approximation to traditional line-printer paper). The colour differences are helpful to the extent that they compensate for the outrageously wide separation between the names and the other colums, such as date, and allow me to associate the one with the others.
Could somebody please post a URL to the ticket?