[Rubyinstaller-devel] rubyinstaller.org placeholder page needs feedback
luislavena at gmail.com
Wed Aug 12 07:18:47 EDT 2009
Sorry for my late chime in on this conversation...
On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 5:14 AM, Michal Suchanek<hramrach at centrum.cz> wrote:
> 2009/8/12 Jon <jon.forums at gmail.com>:
>>> Looking good in IE 7 & 8 on Vista. IE6 is almost there - I'm seeing the
>>> same problem you have already identified. IE5... don't even go there. ;)
>>> Also looking fine on Safari 4, Opera 9 & 10, Chrome and Firefox.
>> Thanks for checking these!
>> FYI, on my time-stealing list, my remaining TODO items are:
>> * Clean up IE6 lower icon bar issue
>> * Check XUbuntu/FF
>> * Create an Add-on placeholder page
>> * Tweak the existing Download placeholder page
>> * Clean up front summary text
> As far as I can tell there is no problem with the page in FF/Debian
> and the links are now non-js so there should be no problem with them
> BTW noscript was at some point packaged for Ubuntu and recommended or
> suggested by Firefox so there might be quite a few people with JS
> turned off.
> One minor nitpick is the colourful gem - I think the page looked
> better with the red one at the top, it was somewhat consistent with
> those gems in the box. But if the colourful one is going to be the
> official logo I guess it should be there.
Logo explained here, in case the link got lost:
As commented to Jon, I'm not fond with getting rid of it, as was
designed, by free by Rodolfo Budeguer.
As for the "for Windows" legend, I know was a 5 minutes wrap up,
spacing, mostly white one, is highly important on designs.
I'm fond with the change of moniker and get rid of the misleading
"One-Click", so "for Windows" should follow the exact same spacing
rules that "one-click away" legend has.
This means "for Windows" should only be expanded through "Installer"
word, and not over Ruby safe area.
Apologizes to send a someway convoluted response but work has been
overwhelming the past weeks.
Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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