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Thread: [Suggestion] Make the Accept Button Green.

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    I'm a DotA purist. Problem, mudblood?

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    Agreed just because of grey being bland, but it really takes just half a second of brain usage to figure out which one you need to click :P

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    It's a good idea because red usually means "error" or "stop", which is not what accepting the game means. I would make Accept green and Decline grey. This way your eyes are drawn to Accept while it also has the proper "go" color.

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    They should add a 5sec on the decline button too. Like when the game is ready, you can only decline if you wait 5sec. With that people wont miss the accept button.

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    But what about those who are color blind?

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    Posted it before ( http://dev.dota2.com/showthread.php?t=29113 ) i stongly aggree plus some people in my post but most people seems to dont understand or irony about it (see the last post on my thread).

    Also a good suggestion by @YaldabaoTh

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