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Oneboxing of site links is often not visible, especially on beta sites:

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Many sites, like Ask Ubuntu and Sharepoint also have predominantly white logos in oneboxes.

These images should have a background colour, so that they are visible.

  1. chat.stackoverflow.com has a slightly off-white background, so the white content is still slightly visible. chat.stackexchange has a pure-white background, white content is gone.
  2. the one-box for http://stackexchange.com is pure white, and looks like:

    white background

    at least on chat.stackoverflow the white is visible:

    Chat.stackoverflow

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I agree they are very hard to see because of this. –  user208133 Jan 16 '13 at 23:45
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@Benny can't you bring this up directly to the staff in the TL chat room? Bug reports here fall below the radar many times. –  Shadow Wizard Aug 19 at 10:59
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@ShadowWizard Good suggestion. I'll try to announce them in a few hours. Thanks. –  Benny Skogberg Aug 19 at 11:01
    
Well, one possible solution is giving background color to the parent div when oneboxing site logo, e.g. with blue background the result is: i.stack.imgur.com/2DXYt.png –  Shadow Wizard Aug 19 at 11:10
    
@ShadowWizard But then what about blue logos? :-P The best solution, as far as I can tell, is to use a colour from the api, or just use the icon_url and text name instead. –  fredley Aug 19 at 11:15
    
Good point @fredley, was just looking for a quick and not-so-elegant fix that might be implemented faster. –  Shadow Wizard Aug 19 at 11:19
    
Click this link to see the UX logo clearly –  Uniforms For Sale 2 days ago

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