I got something new for you 🙂
What might that be?
Those of you who are following me for some time will know that I like things automated, distraction-less and fancy.
That’s why I strived for something visually more appealing. And I found it in Opera’s settings. The dialogs they’re using look way more modern to me and I wanted to have them not just hidden in settings, but everywhere. The result is Sexy Dialog which replaces the native functions and displays Opera-style dialogs instead 🙂
Wanna see it in action? Go to opera://flags (chrome://flags respectively) and enable “Experimental Web Platform Features”, then get Sexy Dialog 1.0 beta and give it a spin (click the demo above again after installing or go anywhere else and see its magic!)
What changed from alpha to beta?
- fine-tuned styling
- alerts now display in topmost frame wherever possible
I had to realize, that confirm() and prompt() are impossible to substitute (from what I know about it). Sexy Dialog will hence stay exclusive to alert()s.
Let me know what you think about it 🙂