I would like to ask for a feature that can match the color theme of my website using hex or any rgba support.
this is a must have, seriously, I wanted to use the widget, but the fact that user can't close the popup and that I can't choose the color make it unusable...
@Boris Belloc: Hi Demky! Could you please elaborate on 'can't close the popup'? That sounds like a bug, which we haven't encountered so far.
We're happy to help set up the widget for you if you like -- drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
@Jijo Sunny (founder): see picture; user can't close this popup, that's very embarassing for me; I can't use a system so agresive.
it block my button and it can't be closed.
A big issue with stuff like this is accessibility. By having a limited selection of colors, the developers can enforce a standard for contrast. The average creator may not be thinking about that. (I see the current colors aren't great for accessible contrast already, but that's easy to fix).
@Michael Edelstone: no just no; let developers choose their color theme.
@Michael Edelstone: I agree. We ran a private beta with color picker, but the results were really poor. We get why platforms like Twitter have limited color options. If you look at the current theme options, they're actually very original and clean.
@Jijo Sunny (founder): Yeah I've faced the same trade-offs myself as a designer in whitelabeling situations. I'd love if you guys darkened your existing colors a little bit to conform to 4.5:1 contrast ratio or at least get them all above 3:1. It will help sight-challenged visitors a lot.
@Michael Edelstone: You got it. Designers are on it.
As part of this I would like to see the color theme of the button change too. Maybe even dynamic content on the button as well. Example: "Supporters bought me XX coffees this month." Or "Become my XX subscriber."
@wolfe with an e: Good point about the buttons - I'll pass this feedback to our designers. Thanks!