#3464 (ok 3.4.8) Visual column separation

3.4.7
fixed
Marc Delisle
1
2013-06-11
2011-10-21
Marc Delisle
No

From the forum (russdirks):
My ISP just upgraded to PMA 3.4.5, and I notice that the program has been given a visual makeover, much of which I like. The only thing I don't like is that when browsing data in a table, there is nothing to visually separate one column of data from the next. Older versions uses alternate shading, or vertical lines, both of which I liked. Is there any way to configure PMA to use some sort of visual column separators?

Discussion

  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-10-21

    I confirm this issue (I'm using an ACL monitor).

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-10-21

    However, on a laptop I see alternate shading between each horizontal line (which I don't see on my desktop ACL monitor). So better contrast is needed for the choice of colors.

     
  • Mike Hommé
    Mike Hommé
    2011-10-22

    I'm open to making adjustments if warranted. But just because a single user on the forum has an opinion, does that mean we change the default theme? I suggest we leave this as is and give 'russdirks' a week or so to get acclimated with the new theme before we change it.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-10-22

    Mike,
    it's not only a single user. I confirm that these colors are not contrasted enough for some kind of monitors.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-11-01

    • assigned_to: nobody --> lem9
     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-11-02

    • priority: 5 --> 1
    • summary: Visual column separation --> (ok 3.4.8) Visual column separation
    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-11-02

    This bug was fixed in repository and will be part of a future release; thanks for reporting.

     
  • Marc Delisle
    Marc Delisle
    2011-12-01

    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed
     
  • Michal Čihař
    Michal Čihař
    2013-06-11

    • Status: closed-fixed --> fixed