[Techtalk] rxvt - was: Re: End key no longer goes to EOL
jockgrrl at austin.rr.com
Sun Jan 13 18:57:13 EST 2002
"Glenda R. Snodgrass" wrote:
> > short sight? He can't remember the references, but recalls
> > reading that people with short sight generally benefitted from
> > amber and brown colours; and people with long sight did better
> > with lilacs and purples.
> I've never heard that theory before, but I can speak from my own
> experience that I do -much- better with beige/amber/brown colors, and I'm
> extremely nearsighted. My SO thinks my color schemes are pretty horrible
> <g> but the deep beige/sand/khaki background colors are soothing to my
> eyes. I'd be interested in any technical reason for that.
I don't know if there are any technical reasons (I'm not into
eyeball physiology), but supposedly yellow on black is one of
the easiest colors on the eyeball. White on black is =horrible=
on my eyes. I don't see how anyone can stare at that all day
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