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New Design/Layout -> Colored Icons
#64444 02/15/23 03:24 PM
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Hi,
at the old design , the ICONS are colored i.e. green and red.

That may be sometimes helpful, to work quicker.

Is there a possibility to switch to old design/layout of previous version?

Thanks
Peter

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Peter93 #64448 02/16/23 09:17 AM
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There is currently no option to revert to the old icon style.


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Peter93 #64450 02/16/23 01:22 PM
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I wonder what it would be like: NEW Feature: you can go back to the old style/layout :))

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Peter93 #64452 02/21/23 01:23 PM
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Colors like green or red have a meaningful information.
That helps, to use a tool like PL/SQL-Developer much faster.

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Peter93 #64455 02/23/23 02:17 PM
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+1 to old icons. New ones are almost identical. Basically useless.

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Peter93 #64456 02/23/23 03:25 PM
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+1, a lot of users complain about new interface from v15. i prefere staying on v14, more usable.

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Peter93 #64457 02/23/23 08:24 PM
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+1 again.
I am also on V14, because of better UI. And instead of my realized wishes in V15 ... frown

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Peter93 #64465 03/02/23 10:29 AM
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I hate skinning in any application.
On my home PC, I have Win11, and for example Office 2007 smile Office tries to skin itself, but of course it is a 15 year old rounded blue design. Does not look bad, but look strange on a W11 PC.
Steam client also, has a diffent design. And so on..

For work, I have a W10 PC, with Office 365. The opposite. It tries the rounded corners, and everything, which is W11 specific. And the PL/SQL Developrer has an other skin.

For me the main problem with skinning, is the active window title color. Since Windows 3, the active window title is colored (blue, yellow, anything, you want), but the inactive window caption is something greyed.
With the applications being skinned, it does not work.
Which one is the screenshot, where yout tell me, which window is active? When I start typing, where is goes?

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Peter93 #65192 12/13/23 10:14 AM
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Hi, I've just installed PL/SQL Developer version 15.

I second this thread: please, add colors to the icons!

Just an example: try to open the "Triggers" section: how can you immediately see if a trigger is enabled or disabled?
You can't, it's an imperceptible different shade of gray, on a gray background.
Come on... a yellow thunder instead of a gray one would really help.

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