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On Meta, Stackoverflow, and Superuser, when a question has an answer that has been accepted, its answer count is displayed as light against a dark background. On Serverfault, this difference is much less obvious -- the color of the box around the count changes to a darker shade of green, and the number is displayed in green as well.

I'm not colorblind, but this is still subtle enough that I have to look really closely, where on the other sites, the difference is obvious.

It would be a lot easier for me, personally, if Serverfault used the same scheme as the other sites. Does anybody else think the same?

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    I am colorblind and have thought this for awhile lol – MrStatic Nov 10 '09 at 20:44
  • I suspected a colorblind person would have trouble, but I didn't know. – peejaybee Nov 10 '09 at 20:50
  • +1 I would totally be in support of this. – squillman Nov 10 '09 at 21:12
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Agreed...the contrast is even worse on my crappy laptop at home. A solid box like SU would be much appreciated.

Which one has the accepted answer?

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