[linux-audio-dev] Is ladspa actually la-dsp-a? Is JACK the
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Wed Jun 9 17:12:35 EDT 2004
On Wed, 2004-06-09 at 03:10, Jens M Andreasen wrote:
> On tis, 2004-06-08 at 20:54, eviltwin69 at cableone.net wrote:
> > Colors must always be configurable. The percentage of color blind people is
> > much higher than most people think.
> I think the percentage of colorblind males are about 10%
I think you're only considering red/green colorblindness. I've been
doing GUIs for 26 years and boy do I get bitches about color. It's
their favorite whine.
> If you use the green/red metaphore (as in walk/stop) they will be in
> some trouble. If you use the red/blue metaphore instead (as in hot/cold)
> it will work just fine. If green is important, you can use a scale from
> turquise thru violet to magenta. Add some variation in light intensity
> and it will even make sense on B/W screen.
> > > - accepting culturally defined standards, such as that
> > > a signal flows from left to right and from top to bottom.
> > Except in China ;-)
> Last time I checked, rivers flew from the top of the mountains, thru the
> valleys below, and out in the ocean. Even in China :)
All rivers don't however go west to east. Chinese is read, I believe,
right to left. My point was that you shouldn't lock in your user
(unless you're Micro$oft ;-)
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