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mute colors

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Needless to say, I'm loving the Deluge and its workflow. There's just one single thing bugging me hard: mute colors. Sadly, I can't tell yellow from green and that gets worse if the two colors are close to each other. I know it's not a common problem but I would suggest, for muted tracks or kits, to use something more straightforward, maybe shades of grey, like:

  • dark grey (the one you see editing track length) or NO color at all (light off), for muted tracks
  • light grey for unmuted tracks

These two colors, finally, should NOT be used for track coloring, so that finding out what is playing and what is not would be a no brainer.

Please, help a poor color-blind :-)

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    JscottkJscottk SeattlePosts: 51
    edited April 15

    Good point. I'd love the ability to select arbitrary colors mute colors per-track too so we could "label" individual tracks with specific colors (retaining groups as we have them now).

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    harrykaufmanharrykaufman AmsterdamPosts: 9

    I'm having the same issue :( I just really can not tell the difference

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    KomplexKomplex VariousPosts: 4

    This is an extension of FCC (Full Colour Control). Having the ability to control all colours, set up monochome/grayscale/shade modes and exclude dildo colours (pink and purple) is something that's been a hot topic on and off the internet for a while now :)

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    amiga909amiga909 SwitzerlandPosts: 811
    edited November 2

    @Komplex said:
    This is an extension of FCC (Full Colour Control). Having the ability to control all colours, set up monochome/grayscale/shade modes and exclude dildo colours (pink and purple) is something that's been a hot topic on and off the internet for a while now :)

    dildo colors? 😀
    dont know about a fcc trend but agree accessible tech products is getting more relevant. from a business perspective it does not make sense to support marginal groups, from an ethical standpoint it does. just recently pizzahut lost a long law trial against a blind person to make it possible to order online.
    however, dont think its mandatory for music tech, u cant really say u are excluded from society if u cant use a certain device to make music.
    on the other hand some color blindness is more common than most would think, some more about this here http://forums.synthstrom.com/discussion/comment/7797#Comment_7797

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