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https://www.duolingo.com/Gyfis

Is there a way to show colors of already mastered sets?

I'm asking because I think it would look great, not everything being just gold, but how about a color with a gold frame or star or something like that?

6 years ago

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Yeah, I have some sympathy for what you're saying. The colours are actually thematically meaningful and they get painted over when the set goes gold. And once you've got a few gold sets it all starts to look very same same. My suggestion on this would be for the text box on the right (i.e. where 'Basics' or 'Food' appears) to change to a pale gold background while the original set colour is kept.

6 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/kelvinma13

This is possible, I've managed to make it so the colors display on a hover glow with some CSS overrrides:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/70286625/Selection_218.png

6 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Gyfis

Can you post a way to do it? Not necessary all the steps but simply the direction, that would be great.. Are you using Firebug or CDT? Thanks a lot!

6 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/kelvinma13

I use a Firefox addon called Stylish, and I have an entire duolingo theme written(in my opinion much nicer than the original), but it only works on Firefox Nightly 17. Wait four and a half months and it will come to you if you're a regular Firefox user, otherwise get it from nightly.mozilla.org.

The Entire Duolingo Theme can be found here:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/70286625/Duolingo.css updated

Just copy and paste it into a FX Stylish style.

It's designed under Linux's anti-aliasing(should work fine on Mac), don't expect much on Windows. It's possible you might need to install a couple fonts.

6 years ago