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This sort of thing is usually indicative of designers trying to silk
purse a sow's ear. My immediate reaction is to wonder what basic
funtional faults are being masked by the attempt to get a gee-whiz
reaction from the kind of user who thinks it's cool to devote system
resources that could be better used to run apps to changing OS themes.
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From: "Deborah Hemstreet" <dvora -at- tech-challenged -dot- com>
> Question: How would you react to a RED save button (next to a gray
> cancel button).
> The rationale? The red is part of the company's branding and page
> I know what I think, just want to see if others agree.
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