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Color schemes and scrollbar width

Patriotic Voter

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I noticed one of the changes made during the software update was the scrollbar width on shades of blue and shades of gray narrowed to a sliver. It is almost inisible and useless now. Was this done on purpose? I only scroll by dragging the thumb up and down the track, so it must be the normal width. I am sure other Mac desktop users do the same thing.

Also, can anyone tell me what the color codes are, like #FFFFF for snow white?
 

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I think the scroll bars are partially browser related. They're the same on all the skins on multiple browsers for me. That's on Android, on desktop I see the normal scroll bar.

You can use any hex colour picker, like this, then copy the hex code here.

Sometimes I like using tools that let me really mess with text colour.
 

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I noticed one of the changes made during the software update was the scrollbar width on shades of blue and shades of gray narrowed to a sliver. It is almost inisible and useless now. Was this done on purpose? I only scroll by dragging the thumb up and down the track, so it must be the normal width. I am sure other Mac desktop users do the same thing.

Also, can anyone tell me what the color codes are, like #FFFFF for snow white?
This is a browser specific issue and something I may be able to fix. What browser are you using and do you have the latest version installed?
 
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