The Lounge What is on Your Mind? New Feature: Tagging Threads as "Solved" Post 302896427 by Neo on Monday 7th of April 2014 02:01:14 PM
That's a matter of perspective....... Some people are looking for "solved" threads; others are looking for "unsolved" threads. However, I venture to say that the vast majority of visitors to the site (from search engine referrals) are looking for solved threads, not unsolved threads.

I also use Chrome, and #7F00FF looks fine to me.... so it's all a matter of perspective.

If this is a "big" issue (we get a lot of comments on color), we can create a user option to permit the user to select the color of "solved" threads.
 
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