Same here actually :)
Loving the new popup in r1627 by the way. I like it even more than the lower-right-corner alignment (which is something I never thought would happen)
But the alignment was probably something I cooked up because at the time it couldn't be dragged away.. I don't know. I think it was because of that. I think I implemented dragslide() after writing the initial code. Then I just forgot to consider centering it...
What I will do then, now we have the newer shinier version of it, is migrate the PM popup to use that - that was really what stopped me from changing the PM popup to use reqWin before was that the alignment of it seemed strange given the context, but putting it like that will work well.
One of my goals (which I'm unlikely to achieve though) is to ensure that as many UI elements as possible are harmonized. That would mean trying to use the same code (or at least identical CSS) for: the select box, the main menu, the mini-menu, Zoomedia, and the popups. I actually wrote all 5 of these separately, i.e. I didn't reuse any code inside another component, but right now I'm simply trying to determine whether it can be done and whether it would add to Wedge, or detract from it. The most likely candidates for merging are the main and mini menus, of course. But the mini-menus looks awfully like the popups right now. And Zoomedia is pretty much the same concept as the popup... And the select box uses a scrollbar which I could make use of in the popup. Maybe the first thing I'll try to do is split the scrollbar code from the SelectBox object into its own object (it's already done, actually, but it's an object that's internal to SB...!)
Ideally I would release the select box, zoomedia and popup code as separate components on github and offer people to help improve them (along with WeCSS). I just don't know whether it'll stick with them.
I haven't seen it in a while, but I've made the shadow a bit more obvious, and added boldness to the titles. Is that better now...?
One thing that does occur is that depending on what else is going on it might not be obvious enough. XenForo, for example, does their popups similarly, but adding something like a 10px border plus a massive shadow - personally I find that a bit much, but it definitely shows some contrast to the background.