To zoom? To borderline? Or to nothing?

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When moving your mouse over the cards, what do you prefer?

Poll ended at Sun Jan 01, 2012 17:04

A zooming effect (like currently)
2
33%
A border line
3
50%
Nothing at all
1
17%
 
Total votes: 6
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xarn
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Re: To zoom? To borderline? Or to nothing?

Post by xarn » Fri Dec 16, 2011 16:10

aha ...interesting
I'm currently on another laptop so I can check it out now :P
...indeed ...I confirm it ...hmmm
kind of strange, that's a bug of chrome css transforms I guess.
This week-end I'll look closer at it and try to introduce the light zoom back without card motion.
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Re: To zoom? To borderline? Or to nothing?

Post by snowdrop » Fri Dec 16, 2011 23:32

4.0.835.202 (Dev. version 103287 Linux) Built on Ubuntu 11.04, running on LinuxMint 11 for me....

I think aspidites is on Arch.
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Re: To zoom? To borderline? Or to nothing?

Post by aspidites » Sat Dec 17, 2011 02:44

snowdrop wrote:4.0.835.202 (Dev. version 103287 Linux) Built on Ubuntu 11.04, running on LinuxMint 11 for me....

I think aspidites is on Arch.
Yeah. Using Arch Linux, chromium 16.0.912.63, linux kernel 3.1.5.
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Re: To zoom? To borderline? Or to nothing?

Post by Q_x » Sat Dec 17, 2011 20:34

What aspidites says is what I have too. Iron, 15.0.900.2, windoze.

Borders are the thing, it's much more responsive and less distracting now ;)
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Re: To zoom? To borderline? Or to nothing?

Post by xarn » Sat Dec 17, 2011 20:58

Ok, then I'll keep it as it is.
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