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Reading an Elder Scroll would be less dangerous and difficult than reading that green font...
Not to mention the 'your'. And 'The only thing you'll be able to feel soon as this'.
Thf772 said:
Reading an Elder Scroll would be less dangerous and difficult than reading that green font...
It kind of helps if you put down your lighting or tilt your screen back, it makes the font darker so it's not as bad. Still, pretty annoying to read though.
It's that particular shade of green that they use for radiation in cartoons. It does seem to be melting my eyes though.
Thf772 said:
Reading an Elder Scroll would be less dangerous and difficult than reading that green font...
In accordance with Rule 34, there must exist porn that involves the use of the Elder Scrolls. I'm curious now...

And yes, the green font is needlessly hard on the eyes.
Xion is shown to be immune to Xemnas's attempts to control her mind though. Additionally, Xemnas just BARELY remembers who Aqua is. All he knows about her is that she's his "friend".
EoD said:
Xion is shown to be immune to Xemnas's attempts to control her mind though. Additionally, Xemnas just BARELY remembers who Aqua is. All he knows about her is that she's his "friend".
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Spirals said:
It kind of helps if you put down your lighting or tilt your screen back, it makes the font darker so it's not as bad. Still, pretty annoying to read though.
Doesn't work for me, my laptop monitor has a glass like screen so viewing from different heights won't cause a change in brightness. DX MY EYES... THEY BURN
*clears throat*

So, yeah, Xehanorto. I think you can easily see by the comments so far how important proper color choice is.

I know I mentioned this in your last manip, color choice and all that, so let me go into a bit more detail.

You used a gray for the background, but it's too bright to be dark and too dark to be bright. The problem with colors like that is that just about every color font will blend in too well with it. It's too...neutral, which makes it so no color really contrasts it. Essentially, if a background color is too bright or too dark, text becomes too sharp or too dull (depending on if it's bright or dark font color, respectively), which hurts the eyes. If a background color is too neutral, almost all font colors tend to strain the eyes when read because they blend too well. That's why you generally want to use a very dark gray or offwhite for backgrounds, because those types of background colors "support" the most variety of font colors.

Let me point you to this color chart for reference.

When choosing a background color, I recommended a dark gray or an off-white. What I meant by that, going by the chart, is...

Dark Gray - Somewhere around X34 or X35. It's very close to black, but still light enough to where it works well with colored text.

Off-White - Somewhere around X6 or X7. It's fairly close to white, but dark enough to not hurt the eyes to look at when reading text.

Anything from X11 to X29 is pretty bad for a background color due to its neutrality. So avoid those. I'd say that the color you chose here is around X18, just by eyeing it quickly.

Background color choice was really your biggest downfall, here. If you'd have chosen a darker color (I find that green reads better on dark backgrounds), then your font color choices would have worked fine. All the colors that you choose need to work together. If any one of them clashes with the rest, it brings down the entire caption.
I have to ask....Why don't interrogaters start using pleasure to torture information out of their prisoners? Seems like a much more effective way if you ask me