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Fix colors in classic view

Color corrections in Classic View need to be made. The just newer smaller yellow and green arrows in the VVC market timing graph are almost invisible. The Green and Red colors used on the home page in the color guard are way to dark/intense and make the text data written within them unreadable. More is yet to be fixed. VV7 at different places uses pale green, medium green and dark green. Unfortunately in such places as the Backtester the green shade is so light the green up arrows are hard to distinguish against the graph color. So more needs to be improved by VV. And the user needs to be given more options to modify colors in more places. Perhaps try outlining the arrows with a thin black line. Perhaps use a white colored test inside the green and red color guard signal boxes.

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  • Kirby Newbury commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The pale "Lime Green" in Portfolio Trade History Report, Transaction HIstory Report, etc. will be readable if VV uses the SAME darker color green font that is used in the Buy Recommendation or on the Portfolio Position Screen. The pale lime green especially washes out and is more invisible when it is displayed on the grey background lines, like in the Trade History Report.

  • James Hamby commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Yes, I agree that we need to give the user more options to change colors in classic view, especially the pale light green characters in BackTester

  • Robert Burns commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    As a User Group Leader I find that the Classic view displays far better. However, the light green numbers practically disappear from view. A darker, bolder color would display with the necessary strength when running meetings. The VV7 view is too dark for display also.

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