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I have no problem distinguishing between the links in the answer which are in bright blue and the normal text which is black. However I must admit I use LCD's anywhere which might be what makes a difference, since CRT monitors does tend to be a lot lighter.

However, I am not sure if it is such a big issue with most users, as it has been done like this for quotequite some time and I have seen very few people complain about it. The other alternative is to simply change links to bright orange to fit with the rest of the site.

I have no problem distinguishing between the links in the answer which are in bright blue and the normal text which is black. However I must admit I use LCD's anywhere which might be what makes a difference, since CRT monitors does tend to be a lot lighter.

However, I am not sure if it is such a big issue with most users, as it has been done like this for quote some time and I have seen very few people complain about it. The other alternative is to simply change links to bright orange to fit with the rest of the site.

I have no problem distinguishing between the links in the answer which are in bright blue and the normal text which is black. However I must admit I use LCD's anywhere which might be what makes a difference, since CRT monitors does tend to be a lot lighter.

However, I am not sure if it is such a big issue with most users, as it has been done like this for quite some time and I have seen very few people complain about it. The other alternative is to simply change links to bright orange to fit with the rest of the site.

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I have no problem distinguishing between the links in the answer which are in bright blue and the normal text which is black. However I must admit I use LCD's anywhere which might be what makes a difference, since CRT monitors does tend to be a lot lighter.

However, I am not sure if it is such a big issue with most users, as it has been done like this for quote some time and I have seen very few people complain about it. The other alternative is to simply change links to bright orange to fit with the rest of the site.