In the question list, you cannot see if a question has got accepted answers. It's not highlighted and it makes answering more difficult.

It would be a great help to highlight the answers.

This CSS snipplet would be a good catch, imho:

div.answered-accepted {
    color: #1C946C;
}

These screenshots show the difference:

current status With highlighting

I made a small bookmarklet, that will apply the changes to your current page.

javascript:styles='div.answered-accepted%20{%20color:%20#1C946C;%20}';%20newSS%20=%20document.createElement('link');%20newSS.rel%20=%20'stylesheet';%20newSS.href%20=%20'data:text/css,'%20+%20escape(styles);%20document.documentElement.childNodes[0].appendChild(newSS);%20void%200

JavaScript links don't work, so you need to create the bookmarklet for yourself by copy & paste.

asked 04 Jun '10, 05:47

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edited 04 Jun '10, 08:06

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I can't actually see any difference between your two screenshots (no I've spotted it now, one piece of text is a slightly different colour to the rest). I personally like the StackOverflow method as seen on their site. eg red background for no answers, green background for answers and then green background with yellow text for accepted answers. All displayed on the number of answers column.

(06 Jun '10, 15:12) Amos

I've slightly modified the layout. Additional feedback is still welcome.

--jeremy

(07 Jun '10, 15:47) jeremy ♦♦



Thanks for the feedback. I've implemented this here at LE.

--jeremy

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answered 04 Jun '10, 13:45

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Thanks, this is very helpful!

(07 Jun '10, 13:31) guerda
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