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    HM CSS question colors probes

    Hello,

    I got a question. Is it possible to change the colors from the probes in the CSS?
    I'm colorblind, and it is hard to see the difference between the 4 colors of the lines.
    I searched for it but couldn't find the answer.

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    There is no way to change the colors of the probes, but it is on the TODO list. Since you brought it up I think I have come up with a way to make it work (the graph library doesn't allow CSS styling of the canvas elements) so probably look for that in the next snapshot release.
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    The new snapshot image posted today allows changing of the graph colors via user CSS "background" or "background-color" properties. Googling "html color picker" will return an interactive little widget if you need something to compute the colors for you. Here are the defaults:
    Code:
    .pcolor0 { background: #ee7733; }
    .pcolor1 { background: #66cc33; }
    .pcolor2 { background: #229977; }
    .pcolor3 { background: #778899; }
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    Thank you very much! This really helps me out.

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