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August 20, 2011, 04:31:36 PM

I noticed there are 3 different transaction colors in the client, what do they exactly mean?

The first 2 tx's are 0/unconfirmed, why one is light grey and the other dark grey?

As for the confirmed tx's, I thought that black ones (4th line) corresponded to the more recent tx's
But the 3rd line has 250 confirmations, the 4th, 500 and the 5th, 650

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August 22, 2011, 10:23:34 AM

the further down you go i.e. older ones will have more confirmations as each block generated is a confermation

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