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Improved readability: fixed serif font and tooltip opacity #320

merged 2 commits into from Oct 10, 2019


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@lorenzos lorenzos commented Oct 9, 2019

On my system there's no Verdana font, therefore sidebar and tooltips are displayed with the ugly default serif font. I added an explicit sans-serif fallback for the --main-font CSS variable, to make the system use the non-serif default font, at least.

I also increased the opacity of tooltips to make them more readable against background text.

Here's a before / after:

Istantanea_2019-10-09_17-50-47 Istantanea_2019-10-09_17-50-59

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Thanks, seems like good changes to me! Can you sign the CLA please? Otherwise we are not allowed to merge your PR

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Can you sign the CLA please?

I did. If I click the link again (or the "Details" one next to the checks) it says "You have signed the CLA for webpack-contrib/webpack-bundle-analyzer", and it doesn't let me do again, the form at the bottom is disabled.

@valscion valscion closed this Oct 10, 2019
@valscion valscion reopened this Oct 10, 2019
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Thanks for letting me know — seems like the CLA check had syncing issues. Closing and reopening the PR did the trick ☺️

@th0r th0r merged commit f49796f into webpack-contrib:master Oct 10, 2019
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Released in v3.6.0 ☺️

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