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What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

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What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

Is it just me, or did the color-coding on here change, today?! 
 
Everybody's showing up as either black or the same shade of blue, now (to me, at least).
 
Did I miss something...?
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

uniform conformity?
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?



@scapegrace13 wrote:
Is it just me, or did the color-coding on here change, today?!
Everybody's showing up as either black or the same shade of blue, now (to me, at least).
Did I miss something...?



Huh, you're right, I hadn't noticed.

I'll give Raine a shout.
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

(ETA: Answering Ducky):
 
Eeesh - I hope not!  Smiley Mad  Makes the boards all dull and boring-looking. Smiley Sad
 
Hope we get our different hues back...


Message Edited by scapegrace13 on 08-13-2008 05:55 PM
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

It seems fine to me!

 
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?



fused wrote:
It seems fine to me!


Smiley Tongue  I meant everybody's screen ID's.  We're all either black and regular font-face, black and bold font-face, or a single shade of blue and bold font-face, except for TNWM and Barry.  Smiley Indifferent
 
I mean - not that I MIND being 'Mod Blue' for a day, but I was kinda proud of my 'Super Contributor Blue' that I acquired just this past weekend!  Smiley Sad
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It's never too late to become the person you might have been. ~George Eliot

02/12/09 EX: 701 / 02/08/10 EQ: 719 / 02/08/10 TU: 723

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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

Got it! But these are working fine too
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

Not on my computer. It's just one shade of royal blue.

This is a long shot, but scapegrace, are you in Firefox or IE? Mac or Windows?
* Credit is a wonderful servant, but a terrible master. * Who's the boss --you or your credit?
FICO's: EQ 781 - TU 793 - EX 779 (from PSECU) - Done credit hunting; having fun with credit gardening. - EQ 590 on 5/14/2007
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?

I'm in IE and everyone has the same boring blue.
 
Sigh.
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Re: What happened to all our different shades of blue...?



fused wrote:
Got it! But these are working fine too



Wasn't sure if you were just teasing me with your colorful reply, so I answered it straight to be on the safe side. Smiley Happy
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It's never too late to become the person you might have been. ~George Eliot

02/12/09 EX: 701 / 02/08/10 EQ: 719 / 02/08/10 TU: 723

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