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#135158 16-Nov-2013 11:59
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I find the very bright yellow bars that used to occasionally appear at the top of GZ, and are now constant, visually jarring. As such I've blocked that UI element. I guess the reason I'm pointing this out is to point out that overuse of mechanisms like this will result in people blocking them.

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  #934861 16-Nov-2013 12:46
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We don't have anything with bright green underline links. You must have some toolbar installed or something else in your PC causing it.

As for the yellow bar at the top, it will disappear soon from next week.




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  #934871 16-Nov-2013 13:07
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The green underline appears to be a common issue, associated with either advertising links in the page (not in this case), or other plugins in your browser.

https://www.google.co.nz/#q=green+underlined+ads

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