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  • CarlosDesigns
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    - I am not sure if this is a bug, but I put it in here just in case it is.


    I believe that If you're clicking on someone, the heading color should be consistent with the chat button color, assuming you have a custom color. Take the following picture as an example:



    Now the following is not really a bug, but I suggest that the chat buttons have a solid color and not a gradient, just like the blue heading in the picture, so it stays consistent with the design of the chat client. This of course also includes the chat pools.

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    I think, I've suggested it to the admins on our Trello, but I want to be sure we are talking about the same thing.


    Do you mean something like that ? (With red header like buttons color ?)



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    Since this has been forwarded, i'm closing this thread.


    You will be notified if this gets implemented.



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