Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 995051
Decision Table Wizard: mandatory fields labels unreadable
Last modified: 2016-07-31 21:07:44 EDT
Created attachment 784347 [details]
bad colour scheme
Description of problem:
When configuring a Decision Table through the Wizard, there are a few fields that are mandatory for certain columns, they are marked by a red asterisk. When these fields are not filled in properly, the label font colour is dark brown/grey and the background colour dark red. This combination makes the labels quite unreadable.
The brighter red asterisk on a darker red background also isn't a good choice.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
kie-wb 6.0 CR1
Improved the contrast. If you have any better recommendations please suggest.
(In reply to manstis from comment #2)
> Improved the contrast. If you have any better recommendations please suggest.
This should definitely help.
Though I do wonder, whether it would be possible and perhaps better to use the same background colour for all the warnings and invalid things. Or perhaps redesign the mandatory and valid/invalid fields' look and behaviour.
Right now though, getting it readable is enough, thanks.
I agree. The problem we have is some (older) editors/widgets use vanilla GWT whereas newer ones use GWT-Bootstrap. The older ones should ideally all be refactored to use GWT-Bootstrap but this is a non-trivial task; and not something we'd have time for 6.0.
Could you raise new BZs for where you see "old style" validation (an example of "new" would be the "New Repository" popup on the Administration perspective) and we can refactor in subsequent releases.
Verified on BPMS-6.0.0.ER4