Skins (Themes) for Vivaldi Mail
I have tested the RoundCube interface at a couple of other sites/services, and have encountered 2 other skins. (1) 'Classic', from the RoundCube Dev Team, and (2) 'Larry', from a group in Switzerland, IIRC. [b]Is Vivaldi open to adding more skins/themes ?[/b] One quirk of the current and only choice here, is that the 'Flag/Star' marker is on the right-hand side (most interfaces seem to have it on the left side, if at all), and it is a very pale colour, so doubly hard to notice. I also have read posts stating that some alternate skins/themes ('Larry' in particular) do not support all functions found in 'Classic', and/or do not support them as well. My feeling is that to include/add the 'Classic' skin to Vivaldi Mail would be a prudent step, both for the sake of functionality and for choice, yes ? Thanks.
Is Vivaldi open to adding more skins/themes ?
Yes, certainly. We are however working through critical issues first at the moment.
We are small team so it may take some time but we will get there.
I would personally like to see more skins to choose from.
like what they should do is really work on making the layout on the mail look nice
I have tested the RoundCube interface….
....One quirk.... ....is that the 'Flag / Star' marker is on the right-hand side (most interfaces seem to have it on the left side, if at all)....
The above 'quirk' has been resolved - see Post #1943 in the below-linked thread :
And thanks for adding the extra Skins !
It is my opinion that a 'Dark' Skin, similar to the night reading mode found on e-readers would add a lot to the overall feel of the site. Right now, the bright white border is distracting from the actual content on Vivaldi.
This is just my opinion though.
Can we expect more skins ? Here are some:
I think the theme "iClassic" should be the standard theme, it's nice and neutral and don't have this facebook-coloring.
I personally love the theme "Bravo", it would be so much better when it were not blue.
"Corporate" looks also very nice and and offers other colors than the rest.