i'm not really happy with redbasic's dark
theme, but my taste or preferences are not something everybody needs, so i created a separate dark theme and, because i actually like it, shared it on framagit.
it comes with two schemes of it's own: dark
limits the main content width to 700px which i find more convenient on today's wide-screen monitors. it doesn't only change the display width, which could be done via redbasic's theme settings, it centers the content in the page and changes dark's colors to provide optical differentiation between posts and comments.multicolumn
shows main content in two columns, but only when showing /network or /pubstream. posts on the channel's home page or after clicking on a notification are shown in single column view, just as with dark.
to increase screen real estate the right sidebar is shown before the left one, both on the left side, and the right bar's space used for the main content.
since i don't want to hide the comments behind a link, all post & comment units have a different height, which, depending on the number and size of comments and your max. height for content,
leads to waste of screen space and awkward looking page stretches. eventually i may come up with a workaround, like hidden comments that pop up on mouse-over, but for now i prefer this two-column view to the standard one.
you can see how it looks by visiting my channel home
, but since the home is always displayed in one column, here is a picture of my network stream with two columns:
this definitely is a work-in-progress and i'd be happy if you could suggest better color combo's. aesthetic, art, or colors just isn't my thing
it works for both, Hz master & dev. installation instructions are in the README.md file.