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The color of your header bar is so similar to the chrome of my browser that I just spent a stupid amount of time trying to find where the search box was. I was ignoring it at the top because I didn't realize it was part of the page.

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Have you tried contacting Google to change the color of their browser? :-) –  LarsTech Feb 24 '12 at 17:51
    
The colour you suggested changing it to is identical to the theme I use in my browser. –  Flexo Feb 24 '12 at 18:27
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+1 for making my morning humorous. :) –  animuson Feb 24 '12 at 18:47
    
Hey guys, I just wanted to point out that I was right and that Stack Exchange only took 2 years to realize it. Loving the new Black bar. :) –  Jason Dec 6 '13 at 22:52

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The bar's color is fine to me; Chrome's top bar has a bottom border to separate the UI from the viewport.

Plus, something won't be changed just to make it nice on one browser. It has to be a major change that would affect the layout/design on every browser.

I suggest that if you still find this to be a problem, you should consider installing a theme with darker colors.

EDIT: I misread your original post—no matter what browser you're on, the original point still stands. An entire design aspect won't be changed just to satisfy users of a single browser.

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All I'm saying is, any form of Grey is going to blend in. –  Jason Feb 24 '12 at 21:52
    
See StackExchange. –  Jason Feb 24 '12 at 22:02

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