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Looks good.

Did you notice they have development done partially in Boston now?

Also, it would be nice if you wrote who's who near the JavaOne pictures.

Amnon

"charles decroes" <spam@decroes.com> wrote in message
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If you haven't seen it yet check out www.jetbrains.com The site looks

great


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whoa! The text size is HUGE. Looks OK only with View/Text Size/Smallest
setting of my IE. But I usually use Normal, and IE cannot remember text size
for individual web sites.

"charles decroes" <spam@decroes.com> wrote in message
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If you haven't seen it yet check out www.jetbrains.com The site looks

great


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And the fixed-width page usage is imho unreasonable. It is not some kind of
"Designer" web site with large fixed-size pictures. Considering the ongoing
development of IDEA UI designer the web pages look quite unflexible. Hope
this is just version 0.9 :)

"Michael Jouravlev" <mikus@mail.ru> wrote in message
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whoa! The text size is HUGE. Looks OK only with View/Text Size/Smallest
setting of my IE. But I usually use Normal, and IE cannot remember text

size

for individual web sites.

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"charles decroes" <spam@decroes.com> wrote in message
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If you haven't seen it yet check out www.jetbrains.com The site looks

great

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Agreed.

If JetBrains really want to keep this fixed-width layout,
IMHO they should center the window content,
because it looks really bad (left-aligned) on high resolutions.

Appart from that I like the refreshing overall look of the website, well-done !

dan/

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hehehe, we criticize everything these guys do don't we! lol

I think it's perfect, also it's starting to look like they're matching their
IDE look and feel to their site and vice versa! It's a nice tough and
they're building good brand recognition. Also note how it's JetBrains in
the forefront with the real official name of the product being
IntelliJIDEA... IntelliJ is not the company.

Good separation between the two... finally :)

R

"dan" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Agreed.

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If JetBrains really want to keep this fixed-width layout,
IMHO they should center the window content,
because it looks really bad (left-aligned) on high resolutions.

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Appart from that I like the refreshing overall look of the website,

well-done !
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dan/



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...we criticize everything these guys do don't
we!


Yep. That's what EAP is all about.

V.

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To be fair, the website is not part of the EAP.
But still, I consider that feedback (either positive or negative) should always be welcome as long as its constructive.

So let's criticize !!! ;)
Dan/

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Very swish .... :)


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Their Jobs link has an entry for "Senior Developer (C#.NET)" - I guess a a
C# IDEA is coming...

--
Jordan Zimmerman
http://www.jordanzimmerman.com


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>Their Jobs link has an entry for "Senior Developer (C#.NET)" - I guess a a
>C# IDEA is coming...

100 points, a color tv set

Tom

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100 points, a color tv set


And you forget the right to play the next day !

Guillaume


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Michael Jouravlev wrote:

whoa! The text size is HUGE. Looks OK only with View/Text Size/Smallest
setting of my IE. But I usually use Normal, and IE cannot remember text size
for individual web sites.


The text looks quite normal or possibly a little bit too small on my
computer, both in Mozilla and in the Internet Explorer I just started.

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Michael Jouravlev wrote:

And the fixed-width page usage is imho unreasonable.


I agree, I prefer being able to actually use the screen rather.

This looks especially bad when you zoom in (because you have a high
resolution screen and you want larger fonts). Only a couple of words
will fit on each line on some pages, such as http://www.jetbrains.com/idea.

If the web site designer is reading this, may I suggest downloading
Mozilla and browsing through the site at a text size of 150%? This
gives me a text size which is approximately what I would prefer. You'll
notice some background pictures not being tall or wide enough for this
font size. Then try it at 200%, which someone running at 2048x1536 or
someone with impaired vision might want to use. Then it's even more
obvious.

Other than that, the new web pages look quite nice.


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Jonas Kvarnstr?m wrote:

I agree, I prefer being able to actually use the screen rather.


...than having most of it unused because a web designer set a fixed
width, I think I intended to say.


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