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A High-Visibility option for Elements Theme

WAJ 12 months ago in Colors Icons Fonts Themes • updated 12 months ago 1

I prefer the Elements Theme, as it shows different colours based on the thing i.e light bulbs, sensors etc. what would be nice is if i could have the elements theme to show the tile as, for instance light green tile background when the bulb is on but a darker green tile background when the bulb is off, a bit like the Cobalt (High Visibility) Theme. i guess what i am saying, is there any chance another Radio button in the tile settings--> tile intention could be added to reduce the colour of the tile from a light shade to a darker shade, so visually you can see if something is off from the tile itself.


this is a light on


this is a light off


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Hi WAJ,


I converted your Comment made on the Release Topic to this distinct Feature Request and worded the title.


Just to remind everyone: The Elements Theme sets Tile color based on Tile TYPE not Tile STATE. Your suggestion is to offer a hybrid of both...


I note that you suggested a Radio Button in the Tile Intention settings, but I think that just creating and offering a "high visibility" variant of the Theme is more consistent with the way the other Themes are provided.


Your suggestion of adding a "Tile Shade" option is intriguing, however, since it may be a simpler way to create high-vis versions without having to explicitly set the color combinations of each Intention; so that's worth keeping in mind for discussion. I like the concept in theory and will chat with Alex.


Thank-you,

... Terry.

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Hi WAJ,


I converted your Comment made on the Release Topic to this distinct Feature Request and worded the title.


Just to remind everyone: The Elements Theme sets Tile color based on Tile TYPE not Tile STATE. Your suggestion is to offer a hybrid of both...


I note that you suggested a Radio Button in the Tile Intention settings, but I think that just creating and offering a "high visibility" variant of the Theme is more consistent with the way the other Themes are provided.


Your suggestion of adding a "Tile Shade" option is intriguing, however, since it may be a simpler way to create high-vis versions without having to explicitly set the color combinations of each Intention; so that's worth keeping in mind for discussion. I like the concept in theory and will chat with Alex.


Thank-you,

... Terry.