Is it just me, or they black now, instead of red?
I preferred when they were red. It was more of a contrast to the blue active hubs.
They're black... Don't like it.. So much easier to see when they were red. They blend into the recently viewed link color. I was about to start a thread.
Didn't someone complain about them being in red? I do admit I liked the red better. Now I can only tell by looking at the date if they have been published yet.
I preferred red too. Don't like the black. Makes me think I accidentally published an unfinished hub.
They are back to being red now - which makes me very happy.
Yey they're red again!! They look brighter this time.. Don't care like it better than black
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