I had to change styles to see what you're talking about. In Dark - the lines are really faint. It looked cool in "Clean" but for those of us in the "dark" it just looks like a nested comment in a slightly smaller font.
It looked cool in "Clean" but for those of us in the "dark" it just looks like a nested comment in a slightly smaller font.
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This should be better on a refresh.Thanks.I am not terribly fond of iframes. I am going to take a small break.
Thanks.I am not terribly fond of iframes. I am going to take a small break.
I am not terribly fond of iframes. I am going to take a small break.
hmmm... i can see the lines a bit - but still not super evident. And don't get too hung up on it - it was an observation not a demand or enhancement request.
Maybe the CSS was still cached? They are fairly light now.
You don't have to be Dark. It is Spring after all.
i enjoy hubski's dark interface so much that I find myself grumbling about how "overly bright" most websites are....