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  1. Noel Tock Noel Tock

    Different styling for Intro.js ( ). More contrast between tooltip and focus-div, as well as inward box shadow (as opposed to outwards).

    10 months ago

  2. Sven Read Sven Read

    Hey @Noel Tock. What would bug me is that it collides with the real life examples. You are laying a box over something. It should have an outward shadow to emulate the laying-over effect. It feels kind wrong to see it having a pressed-into look, while actually hover over something. To make this would work, I would integrate it into a website, not as an overlay, but as a part of the content. That would make an pressed-into look possible.

    10 months ago

  3. Noel Tock Noel Tock

    Hi @Sven Read , interesting yeah, I see what you mean. What bugs me with intro.js is that there's a black overlay across the entire screen, so in order to come back down to the div, you need to cut out that part of the overlay to expose it again (that's how I at least processed it visually). This discussion reminds me a bit of this illusion :)

    10 months ago

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