Implemented  [Suggestion] Some sort of divider above signatures

BirdOPrey5

Well-known member
I find myself reading some people's sigs as if they were the last line of text in a post and not a signature... it sometimes gets confusing especially if people have a plain text sig. I think a line or divider of some type would be better to clearly separate a signature from the main post.
 

Lee

Well-known member
There is a line, it is just really faint. It needs more definition. I have noticed the same thing myself a few times.
 

Disjunto

Well-known member
Hmmm.. on my monitor (Sony Vaio AR-670 laptop) I don't even see a trace of a line. :(
sort out your monitor then... or get a new one. I knew my monitor at work is absolutely useless for colour range. the sig line isn't all that bad though
 

Cezz

Well-known member
I really like how it looks at the moment it is subtle enough for my liking at least :D
 

Lee

Well-known member
sort out your monitor then... or get a new one. I knew my monitor at work is absolutely useless for colour range. the sig line isn't all that bad though
The line is very very faint on my LG monitor too. It definitely needs to be a little bit more defined, more contrast to help separate the content from the signature.

EDIT: Not that its a big deal, because it would be easily customisable.
 

Onimua

Well-known member
Yes, I'll get right on replacing my monitor on a laptop. :rolleyes:
Sony x-brite screens are popular, if I don't see it tens of thousands of others won't either.
If your color calibration is off, then it would have to be changed on the monitor, not the software's style.

EDIT: I do agree that the divider does need to be better.
 

BirdOPrey5

Well-known member
If your color calibration is off, then it would have to be changed on the monitor, not the software's style.
If my color calibration is off then so is everyone who has bought a Sony laptop in the last 3 years and 99% of them will never recalibrate their monitors. You need to cater to your audience, not expect people will jump through hoops to make a site look good for them when every other forum works out of the box.
 

Brandon_R

Guest
I kinda like it light like that, it doesn't add a line that pops out at you which IMHO is not needed as nothing should be darker than the background as it messes up the contrast.
 

David McHenry

Active member
Yes, I'll get right on replacing my monitor on a laptop. :rolleyes:
Sony x-brite screens are popular, if I don't see it tens of thousands of others won't either.
Don't feel bad, mine's color corrected using huey hardware/software, and the line is so faint it's not even noticeable unless you're looking for it.
 

Brandon_R

Guest
This is probably one of the more easy things to do yourself. Instead of doing it here pleasing half and not the other half, why not do it ourselves and please ourselves. With the templating system it won't be that hard :p
 

Lee

Well-known member
This is probably one of the more easy things to do yourself. Instead of doing it here pleasing half and not the other half, why not do it ourselves and please ourselves. With the templating system it won't be that hard :p
I said that earlier. Its not such a big deal as it can be edited by us. It would be nice just to have a little more contrast as default though.
 
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