Well, I worked out some of the menu colours but fail to see how the light colour works which I am assuming makes up the gradient effect.. But even set to the same, it does not work so perhaps not..
The rest of the menu is looking much better with a change of colours. This makes all the difference to the look of the menu but this needs to be handled in the UI rather than hand coding.. Its no longer looking so ugly..
In fact, it looks really nice and modern now, apart from the top menu with gradient effect on mouse over.. I would rather have this effect more subtle than that..
<option name="background_color" value="333333" type="string" />
<option name="background_lighter_color" value="333333" type="string" />
So, how is the mouse over gradient handled....
The buggy bit.. On mouse over the hotspots, the description text is far too slow.. Users might not even know that there is description text since its so slow to react..