Jul 30

Guys, which one of these do you prefer: the light one or the black one? For working I do really prefer darker schemes, but it seems like they don’t work very well with the JS editor…

13 comments so far

  1. Michael D. Hall
    10:16 pm - 7-30-2009

    Normally I prefer dark-backgrounds but this black scheme is too dark. Maybe lighten up the background just a little bit and lower the saturation on text. For some reason big chunky, sans serif fonts seem to look best on dark backgrounds too. Like Consolas, or Deja Vu Sans Mono.

  2. Brad
    10:47 pm - 7-30-2009

    The light one for the blog! The dark is a bit hard to read with the maroon.

  3. Dave Ward
    11:30 pm - 7-30-2009

    Light. I can”t read the dark themed blocks unless I highlight them.

  4. Israel Aece
    2:31 am - 7-31-2009

    Hi Luis,

    I prefer light color.

  5. Phillip
    3:13 am - 7-31-2009

    Well i just answered this in your last post entry but i definitly perfer the light one.

  6. Mike
    12:28 pm - 7-31-2009

    Light one- it”s a lot easier to read in google reader, and better matches the blog design when displaying only a few lines of code.

  7. dmartini
    12:32 pm - 7-31-2009

    Light. It is almost impossible to see strings, etc with the dark scheme you use. Unless you have more granular control over the colors that is. I prefer dark myself, but I have to be able to read everything without squinting…

  8. Joe
    3:36 pm - 7-31-2009

    Light one. The dark ones are almost impossible to read.

  9. Ram
    6:46 pm - 7-31-2009

    If I had to choose between your light theme and your black theme I would choose the white one for blog posts.

    But I love this kind of colors:
    (nb: strings are in red too)

  10. Steven
    7:38 pm - 7-31-2009

    The light one! And it”s the ONLY option for me because red or blue text on a dark background is completely unreadable on my 8 year old computerscreen. I have to select and paste the code snippets before I can read them… but your ramblings are worth the trouble.

  11. luisabreu
    9:44 pm - 7-31-2009

    Thanks for the feedback guys. I”ll keep the light one until someone helps me change the color of strings in JS code…

  12. v
    2:30 pm - 8-5-2009

    Light One

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