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I have poor vision. It's hard to notice when a favorite item is in the list. The color seems like a very light yellow/brown.

I tried to find one in Firebug, but I got lost.

Is there some way to change the color of a question that has one of one's favorite tags so that it has a higher contrast?

Note: I can not seem to find: "tagged-interesting" in the page source view of in Firefox (I must be doing something really wrong).

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Have you seen…? – Yi Jiang Jan 31 '11 at 12:40
i have now. still can't find "tagged-interesting" in page view of – Ray Tayek Feb 1 '11 at 1:24

These favorite questions start with <div class="question-summary tagged-interesting" where as other questions are start with just <div class="question-summary". CSS to change favorite's look would be .tagged-interesting { background-color: ... }

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