In all these other elements, only the switches are using a permanent green color instead of the theme (forum color).
Wouldn't it be nicer if switches used the forum color along with all other components? (e.g. for this forum orange)
ardacebi Not sure whether this was intended by Toby or not, but from personal experience I can only say that dynamic color values can become very tricky when it comes to things like (automatically) finding a hover color etc.
This might become problematic if the primary color was white, or close enough to it, and the position of the switch could not be detected.
Green means it's On/Enabled. Sounds about right to me.
Digital It's like the switches on the iPhone; green means on and red means off. Just like the characters O and I. I agree with the above.
Green is ok and accesible.
Never actually thought about that, but I can see why they haven't considered or implemented it. Most users know what green means and how to react to it. Might get a little confusing if the primary color is red, as it is commonly associated with something being turned off.
Its all about the Custom CSS.
Possibly allow it to be controlled by the Highlight color?