MQA Blue Light?

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    It's Blue

    Green is very rare...

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    Andy Hernandez

    Good Morning Tony,

    First, thank you for the very quick response. 

    So, I've never been keen on just assuming because someone says so. 

    In my opinion, any indicator light on a car, piece of machinery, or in this case a software app, should be easily identifiable. While I do know the colors are set by MQA, (blue and green are very close in color) can you help the situation my making the indicator light larger or spell out the word BLUE or GREEN, or do something to make it not so hard to read? 

    Also, depending on the color of the album artwork, this also adds a layer of difficulty. If the album artwork is blue or green, it bleeds together.

    Your help in this matter would also be a great service to your older and/or visually impaired customers.

    I do have the brightness set to full on my iPad.

    I can't be the only one having this issue I'd have to imagine.

    Many Thanks,

    Andy.

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    Tony W. - Product Support Manager

    Thanks for the feedback Andy, I have passed it along to our Quality Assurance Team for future consideration.

    Just to clarify, green is rare as most of the record companies who handle the conversion to MQA from the original Masters do so with great care to include the artist or copyright holder to avoid a green indicator.

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