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Don't know if it is just me, but have the shades of green on user profiles (accepted answers, line borders, etc.) changed somehow?

If we compare a screenshot from my main profile:

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with one of my Meta profile:

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We can see that the shades of green have been altered somehow. It is now more "opaque" than before. In fact, comparing the RGB values I get that previously (second pic) it was [50,197,112] and now (first pic) it is [141,178,98].

This I only see on my TWP profile. I checked on SO and the color there is like the second image. However, checking my Meta SE profile I see that the green color is like the first image (the opaque version).

Any explanation for this behavior? I know it is somehow superfluous but my eye couldn't help from noticing it.

Edit: Derivated MetaSE post I asked over there.

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Fixed now; see my answer on your question on the network Meta.

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  • Thanks, will do as soon as I get to my PC. Cheers – DarkCygnus Jan 18 '18 at 13:50
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Not only are main and meta different, but this is a recent change on main (and Meta.SE). Here's a snapshot from the Wayback machine:

main site with correct green

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  • Indeed. Seems to me that the "old" green shade was more adequate to the site's color palette. I wrote a Meta SE question (as you already saw) to see if they have something else to add to this situation – DarkCygnus Jan 17 '18 at 20:27
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It's not just you, it's definitely a different shade of green.

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    Yup, same here. Question is, is this is a bug or a design change? The new green doesn't seem to fit in with the rest of the color scheme and just looks out of place to me. – David K Jan 17 '18 at 19:23

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