koontz1973 wrote:natty, when I said the colour was light, it was to mean that the colour was lighter than black.
Doesn't matter, the main point you should have taken out of that was this:
- the biggest problem with the border colour is this: in some places it's lighter than the surrounding colours, in some places it's darker than the surrounding colours. This means there's no consistent contrast between the borders & their surroundings. Which also means a glow or shadow won't fix them, since you can't determine if the borders are "light" or "dark" - they're both, depending on location.
So make it so that they're consistently either clearly darker or lighter from their surroundings, then see if they still need glows or shadows.
koontz1973 wrote:Tried you idea for the Lz's and did not like it one bit.
You probably didn't do it right then...