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Graph lines should be darker

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Where is the bug?
i dont see anything weird..

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how is there two of you?
The first picture graph has no horizontal lines, the second one has
i have many accounts remember?
someone else...
The first one does have
both have lines in my point of view
maybe my monitor is too bright
lol ok
but they should put darker lines
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Sorry, Sam, this one is a color contrast problem on your monitor. Both graphs have gridlines and that color was an intentional design decision by Sid. We did, originally want to have every other line be darker (so the sequence would be light, dark, light, dark) but to be honest the time required to implement it wasn't worth the effect. We have plans to redo the graph, however. The library we're currently using for that graph isn't so much fun to work with.
libraries psh..since when did they become fun :P
ok :)

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