On Wednesday 08 September 2010 21:06:29 Philipp =C3=9Cberbacher wrote:
I don't want 'a' middle, I want a special middle. Like 0dB between -48dB an=
+12dB (the middle doesn't have to be in the geometrical middle). And I want=
know when that special middle value is reached by looking at the color.
> Mute/off, if required, would be the same as the lowest setting.
There is a difference between mute/off and the lowest setting. At least the=
Software-mixers might not make that discrete step between off and almost=20
silent. But some hardware mixers in devices do make that difference. And th=
it will make a difference to your ear whether the signal is attenuated by 3=
> > If these colors are taken from the color-scheme the user has chosen, I
The one the user choose for his desktop. Which is the only real way to=20
compensate for visually impaired people (if thats the political correct nam=
I don't like this every-app-chooses-its-own-colors at all. Though I do=20
understand that sometimes you need more colors, but that still is different=
from "I define my apps colors on my own because I think that is cool". The=
later results in apps with black text on dark-gray background in an otherwi=
very light desktop-environment =3D> bad. Or in apps with white window backg=
while the rest of the desktop is optimized for on-stage-in-the-dark with bl=
background and red foreground =3D> bad. Or it results with using two collor=
"distinguish" which half visually impaired people can't discriminate =3D> b=
Thats why I really advocate using the systems color-scheme as much as possi=
(and a bit more) every time the discussion regarding colors comes up.
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