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  • Resolved gvburg


    Dear developers

    After enforcing your new update, I forgot about my bad habit of changing plugin’s code myself. Of course my code changes got overwritten as they should be. Now I want to report to you the changes I made, which I think are global “bugs”, and could be fixed in another update.

    Changing the colour from the default blue #0c4da2 to (in our case) #00bf94 did affect the accept button in the banner. Unfortunately, it did not affect:

    – the big “x” close button on the [settings] pop-up, as well as
    – the icons of the menu items to the left in the pop-up window.

    They remain blue, which I think was not intended like that.

    P.S.: Thank you for the last enrollment of my recommended language warning, I like it. Check out my other new topic (feature request) as well.

    • This topic was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by gvburg.

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