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October 24, 2011, 01:13:17 AM
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When looking at Bitcoin Charts / Markets, I see a variety of record colors and font attributes. Green for markets rising, red for falling and so on. Is there a writeup somewhere that explains what all the combinations of colors and shades of colors and font attributes mean? I found some posts here about the colors in the volume bars of the charts, but not about the colors used in the Markets display.

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October 24, 2011, 04:26:03 AM
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Easy!
Red=down
Green=up
Both compared to the opening price!

The shade of reds/greens depends on how recent the last trade took place! The brighter the color, the more recent the last trade.
Black means cold, not frequently used, or closed down.

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And blue shows the latest price is the same as the previous close. Now I see... Thank you!
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