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Old 11-20-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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Yellow in poll charts

Is there any way to change the color in the poll charts? Yellow is not readable...I just can't see the yellow words at all using my iPad.
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Old 11-20-2012, 07:42 PM   #2
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Must be an iPad thing, I see no yellow on my PC.
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In the most recent poll on Twinkies 1-5 years has a yellow bar on my PC.
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In the most recent poll on Twinkies 1-5 years has a yellow bar on my PC.
Are the results below the graph (the counts/percentages) also yellow? The yellow is so bright it's not readable. The rest of the colors, are fine. A "bar" graph? My graph is a pie chart.
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Are the results below the graph (the counts/percentages) also yellow? The yellow is so bright it's not readable. The rest of the colors, are fine. A "bar" graph? My graph is a pie chart.
I see a bar graph on my PC. I just looked on the ERorg app on my iPad and see a pie chart - the yellow displays fine.
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Now I see what you mean. On the iPad app the yellow text is unreadable. It needs to be a duller hue.
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Old 11-21-2012, 01:01 PM   #7
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Yep...can't read at all...sunglasses don't help either. Dimming my iPad brightness doesn't help...I don't think there is a contrast thingamagiggy.
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