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Tone down the green colour?

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It's a terribly minor thing, but do you think it would be possible to tone down the intensity of the green and red colours for positive and negative votes? The green in particular makes my eyes go funny - and at the same it's quite pale, so I find that the negative votes stand out a lot more than the positive ones. If these colours were slightly less saturated (and the green possibly a little darker), both of these problems would go away.

asked Apr 4, 2014 in Feature Request by Nathaniel [ no revision ]
retagged Apr 4, 2014 by dimension10

I agree with this. We originally had the green darker but I think one of us accidentally removed the CSS code from the admin panel. I'm adding it back.  

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Do you like the new colours? I am marking this as status-completed, if you don't like the new colours, just tell us below.   

answered Apr 4, 2014 by dimension10 (1,950 points) [ no revision ]

That's much better, thanks!

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