Thread: Rebase 2
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Old 02-19-2010, 03:19 AM   #23
makai
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Originally Posted by antiClick View Post
This is very nice, but do you really need the blue/red differentiation? A bit confusing to me, at least at first glance.

I'd personally preffer the i/o with the letters, but without the blue/red differentiation. Maybe you could just fade both letters when sends are inactive, so that the button only needs one colour variation.

just an opinion
The problem is, that there is additional to the send- and recive connection, the state to the master/parent, that should be represented too.
Maybe it is possible to give up the blue color. So you get only the red button if the master/parent send is disabled.
This is exactly the problem that White Tie described. The more information at once, the greater the danger to get confused.
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