captainwalrus wrote:GIMP, as always. It is the best value (it's free) for a high quality product. I know you always insist paint.net is great, but have you ever tried GIMP?
I tried it, a long time ago. It was so slow on my computer, I got frustrated with it... I don't know, maybe the current versions are better, but I'm so used to working with paint.net.
I don't insist on using black, what do you suggest would be better?
I'm not saying black is bad necessarily. It's just that since you have such a dark background (sort of) it's hard to read unless you add some kind of white glow around it.
Black with white glow, or white with black drop shadow or outline. Either works IMO.
Yeah, I might get rid of them, or make them thinner.
Thinner? Hmm. I'd have to see how it looks, but I don't think it would be much better.
PS. the upper right corner is missing a piece of outline on the neutral area.