On Tue, Nov 5, 2019 at 9:39 PM Dmitry Gutov <address@hidden
> I do believe first-difference continues to play a useful role.
> Especially in situations where input's suffix is non-empty.
Those are relatively rare.
But yes, it plays an important secondary role there. It should just
be named differently after that secondary importance, maybe
even using the word "secondary".
> > > BTW, what do "typical" other systems use as highlight for the
> > > common part? Is there enough agreement there that it's worth trying to
> > > pay attention to it (kinda like the "blue" for hyperlink convention)?
> > Company uses the same face for flex and common, a drab red
> > that is barely visible against the default yellow. But it's consistent.
> I think it's quite visible. If you have problems with its contrast,
> please file an issue. I'm surprised, though, since I generally prefer
> higher-contrast themes.
I could use a better contrast yes. But by "barely" visible, I was trying
to express that I _can_ still recognize it. But it's really the threshold:
Stefan's blue3 foreground is beyond it, it's no good. I'll open an issue
if I find some better default.
I don't understand why we don't take cues from systems where
actual professional UI designers, veritable color-theme scholars,
are probably employed. Don't we have some of those in our