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I appreciate the hardwork involved in updating the apps, but the light blue on grey isn't cuttin' it for my eyes. Is there a way to change it? I can't seem to find a setting in Prefs > Appearances.
Unfortunately it seems you're advocating in the void! this request has been placed by us users since October 2014!....
Vote: +1 ... Please Change back to yellow or provide an option to pick color.
The blue is harder to see (less contrast) and requires more concentration to work with.
The blue looks nice, however, ease and proficiency of use should always come first.
I totally agree with you, and we will never stop to advocate such request. One should never forget, it's the user who's point of view should prevail because he's the one confronted to the job and the use of his tools and this is valid in any kind of business. A faulty color of a financial software's GUI or its characters can be also a source of mistakes with incredible financial consequences to his company and customers.
Wow over one year and still nothing. I thought "Cloud Subscription" was supposed to bring a great things in less time. I have been using CS6 up until about two weeks ago. So far, I am really wondering where all of these great and wonderful things are, what have I just bought into? This is a bit ridiculous.
I don't even consider this "great" but more of a UX thing, which is critical workflow. Something Adobe has always seemed fit to want to have utmost control over. If I want pink highlights let me use pink highlights. Other far more "professional" software I use gives me ultimate control over my personal user experience. I can change the colors that suit me and my environment, I can customize the UI to create toolbars with frequently used tools, I can create custom tools for repetitive tasks (photoshop can do this)
Why in the name of all that is good cannot I not do this in a 20 year old program yet? Seriously. Really seriously.
Johnny don't you think those lyrics could not apply to this situation?
"The Lord above gave man an arm of iron
So he could do his job and never shirk.
The Lord above gave man an arm of iron-but
With a little bit of luck, With a little bit of luck,
Someone else'll do the blinkin' work!
With a little bit...with a little bit...
With a little bit of luck you'll never work!"
I know I'm a very naughty froggy
Hahaha I would do the work if I could find it.
Here is another good one, how long did it take to actually be able to adjust the "darkness" of the UI Photoshop?
The major issue is the color of the characters in the menus and titles in the UI.
Working with 4K video of waterfall. Can hardly see controls. ADOBE: Titling has long been critical in film and video production. No different for interface. In addition to user controlled UI color scheme, line thickness, shadow, or dynamic and/or coloring for controls on Video makes sense. PS blog reads pages of similar complaints. This is a working tool - form following function. Seriously consider the design parameters in that order.