Improve the chord display ribbon to make it easier to follow

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  • Matthew Burris

    Yes LARGER.. but all these suggestions are great. Necessary, even.

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  • Joe

    Henry's suggestion is a re-posting of one I made about two years ago when I first subscribed.

    Why are we still waiting for a decent chord ribbon that's easy to read?  Yes we got animation but the images got smaller and more insipid.  On my laptop, the fret numbers are 2.5mm high--and in light grey.  Is this some sort of joke on people with poor eyesight, or punishment for not having the giant Mac screens you work on?  I'm fed up with squinting at my screen when I'm learning a new song.

    The chord carousel should show the current chord picture in the centre, in black, much large than the chords to its immediate left and right.  I pay for a learning tool.  Please remove the barriers to learning and start giving some thought to accessibility.

    A dark mode would also be very useful and take you probably half an hour to implement. 

    Come on guys, this isn't rocket science.

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  • Matthew Burris

    A little brash but spot on! And we're still waiting if not for the implementation, than at least a word that you've heard our requests.

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  • Ross

    I am reminded of a comment I made late last year 2019 about font sizes for Sharps and Flats ... which ia relevant as well and worth repeating..

    Just a suggestion for something for your programmers to consider when they have a moment.

    Would you consider increasing the font for the Sharps and Flats symbol on the chords, Why not make them the same size as the Root Note or the chord extension: m or 7th etc.

    Some of us old folks have have glasses and some of us use the mobile phone &/or iPod etc and I do find the font for the Sharps and Flats symbol quite small. I think it is very important to have Sharps and Flats symbols the same font size. so you can read them clearly.

    Just a suggestion.to the Chordify developers / improvement gurus.  Regards Ross from NZ.

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