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View Poll Results: Which icon set do you prefer?
Version 1 4 28.57%
Version 2 6 42.86%
Version 3 4 28.57%
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Old 12-10-2013, 09:52 AM
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Default Choose your own grid icons

A few users have said that the "thin red X" graphic in the new grid is a bit visually jarring, so we're experimenting with a new feature that allows registered users to select from one of three different true/false icon sets. v1 is the default set. v2 has a somewhat "bolder" red X. v3 is a much simpler design which eliminates the red altogether in favor of a subdued grey square. (Examples below)

If you'd like to experiment with different icon sets, you can set your preferences via your "Settings" page (near the bottom), or via this direct link:


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Old 12-10-2013, 02:18 PM
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Thought I'd prefer #2 to #3, but I've played a few games with both and am leaning toward #3. Might make a difference if playing on some other media where the contrast wan't great, but it seems I see the "hole" where an single false is missing quicker with a realtively solid filled tile as oppsed to a row of characters. Time will tell.
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Old 12-10-2013, 02:31 PM
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Thanks for the options!
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