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Re: The Sphere Studio v1.2.1
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Instead of changing the background color based on priority, why don't you create an icon for each?

If I may suggest:
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Re: The Sphere Studio v1.2.1
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I like that a lot more - the gray font colors just *really* don't work well.

Re: The Sphere Studio v1.2.1
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That was just a quick mockup I did. It does improve the readability of the Task List. Another thought would be to keep it the way it currently is and just darken the font some.
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Re: The Sphere Studio v1.2.1
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Ideally the colors should be more subtle.  I don't want to do icons-only because then the high- and low-priority tasks don't have enough to differentiate them.  An item with a red background just screams "do this next!" that's lost with the icons.  It's just that it's not very readable right now...
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Re: The Sphere Studio v1.2.1
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In that case, making the text itself fully black would be the way to go. And decreasing the saturation of the background on the finished tasks.

Re: The Sphere Studio v1.2.1
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I've also noticed that there are no tile numbers (eg 0/10) or pixel(x,y) (like in 1.5) in the tile/map editor. Was this done purposely or perhaps an oversight?

For me, Tile numbers in particular are extremely useful with Get/SetTile().
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