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    change color on recipes that have been clicked on

    foodtvfan
    Sun Dec 11, 2011 10:55 am
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    A while ago the recipes that I had previously viewed were another color. It is very difficult to distinguish between the light blue and darker blue now because there is very little variance between the blues. Thanks.
    donnie27
    Sat Jun 23, 2012 1:38 am
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    Here it is, after a year later, and I am still having trouble trying to see what I have read on these forums. This site is the very same.......who knows if I read something and go back to the site later? The light blue is almost the same as the original blue. But then people have been complaining from day one............I really don't think anyone has a voice in this site. I only come back here for my cookbooks........it is just too frustrating to use and it takes so long to log on..........Well, since I have even more frustrations trying to go to the FN site.....I have concluded that there is a real lack of technical expertise here. I don't use the sifters because they usually send me into an unknown mess of recipes or don't give me any choices as to what I want to include.
    Sorry, I don't really have the patience to wait any longer for the "newer and better" site that was to replace Recipezaar. Hello.....It fit all our needs and it worked everyday !!!
    Kathy228
    Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:30 am
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    foodtvfan wrote:
    It is very difficult to distinguish between the light blue and darker blue now because there is very little variance between the blues. Thanks.

    Post this in Customer Support. It's worth a try.

    This has been a complaint from many, many members since the changover. Food.com's IT dept. don't seem to understand the problem or don't know how to fix it. Or just won't.
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    Zeldaz
    Sun Jul 01, 2012 5:31 pm
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    How hard can it really be? This has gone way beyond the point of absurdity, it was noted as soon as the last change went into effect!
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