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The @mention highlight color in chat is the same as default OS X highlight color
When I'm mentioned in chat, my name in the person's message is highlighted blue. 99CCFF, to be precise. The problem is, that's exactly the same color as the default OS X highlight color, and I always ...
Feb 18 '12 at 23:12
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