The Thin Dotted Line in the Comments should be replaced

  8 years ago

That line in the comments that is very thin a has light green hue is frankly pretty hard tell if its there or not. I say we should change it with a good old black line and a bit thicker if possible because although the green is harmonious with the sorroundings as I stated before it is very hard to see. Thank You and Sorry for making you suffer through my bad grammar. :)
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jahid_0903014 8 years ago

i like the current green thin dotted line, and it suits better with this green website than a black line which is also suggested to be thick!

whenever i think about a black thick line among greens, it reminds me some of the old version gui softwares which doesn't had any decent looking.

it's just my own opinion/prefernece and it's only one vote. if you get promoted by many others and get your idea implemented then i have nothing to object. opinion of vast majority should be considered..

DestinTheGreat 8 years ago

@jahid_0903014  why not?

jahid_0903014 8 years ago

i don't think black thick line is a good idea

DestinTheGreat 8 years ago

Also if you voted this down plz share a con of this I just want to hear your opinion.

DestinTheGreat 8 years ago

@dogsolitude_uk That is perfect! Now we can at least show them what we meant. Thanx! :)

dogsolitude_uk 8 years ago

Fiddling with the style.css stylesheet using Firebug I amended the following CSS, making the dots 2px and increasing the padding:

table.commentsTable td
border-bottom: 2px dotted #BBE693;
font-family: Verdana, sans-serif, Arial;
font-weight: normal;
font-size: 11px;
color: #404040;
background-color: white;
text-align: left;
padding-left: 7px;
padding-right: 5px;
padding-bottom: 5px;
padding-top: 7px;

And got this (Link to .png image on Ubuntu One):

Is that any help?

RayWoods 8 years ago

A couple of years back I suggested something along these lines too, along with the bit about the line and background by @mikefreeman. (See

After two years it is showing as "Under dev. review". Fingers crossed, something may even happen here.


Hammer459 8 years ago

I support this. I suggested a related idea a year ago

DestinTheGreat 8 years ago

Tell me what you guys think :)