[Lazarus] Lazarus is invisible?

Guionardo Furlan guionardo at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 20:05:43 CET 2010

Well, I think that the black google isn't that great idea to save energy.
Gradually, all the CRT monitors will be replaced by LCD or other kind of
But, the LCD keeps this back-lamp allways on, and the "black" dots don't
mean energy saving.

(Sorry by any translation error).

2010/1/26 Graeme Geldenhuys <graemeg.lists at gmail.com>

> Hans-Peter Diettrich wrote:
> > my desk, with no significant contrast between text on screen and printed
> > or handwritten paper sheets before or beneath my keyboard.
> Reading black text on white paper is no problem for me. But trying the same
> on a computer screen is very harsh for me. White text on black background
> for computer screens is my personal preference. Apparently you use less
> electricity too, if you use black backgrounds. :-)  Have you ever seen the
> "Black Google" site?
>  http://black-google.bpled.com/index.php
> The original www.blackgoogle.com doesn't seem to work any more.
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Guionardo Furlan
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