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One of my hubs showed the following warning:
This hub potentially contains malicious links based on advisory provided by the Google Safe Browsing service. It remains published, but is likely to be unpublished by a moderator if you do not fix the problem. Please remove all such links from your hubs. To learn more about the problem, please visit the Google FAQ page or learn more by reviewing information at http://www.antiphishing.org/ (for phishing warnings) or http://www.stopbadware.org/ (for malware warnings).
OK thanks for the warning BUT the edit-hub tool will not show me which link is bad. I had to click through all the links to find the bad one. Is this a temporary glitch (I hope)?
I noticed the buttons for "approve" "deny" "moderate my own comment" are now under the hub, and color coded. Red and green are good choices, but the green for "approved" is the same color as the Hub Author highlight. I find that very confusing when I am skimming through a lengthy pile of comments looking for one I may have missed.
Can the color of Hub Author be either changed or just left off? And can the hub authors be given the option to edit their comment rather than just delete it?
And now I just noticed that the Level Four commentor color is almost the same as the "moderate my own comment" button.
All these colors are getting messy and confusing, and hard to "see at a glance" if that was the idea.
Can we please simplify the color scheme? Maybe all levels in blue (or shades of blue) and no color for hub author and "moderate my own comment" - simple is good!
I'm joining the list of confused. Need another color or something.
I guess I get to be the odd person out. I have no problem with the colors.
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