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I use Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and I think the default color for the current day is not right. It lacks of contrast. For usability and accesibility purposes, it's better to highlight a little bit more the current day. How can I do that? Should I send a change / improvement request to Canonical?

See the attached screenshot. Regards.

Low contrast calendar

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What you are going to want to do is submit a bug report against the calendar on Launchpad, a website pertaining to the development, maintenance, and contributions to Ubuntu software. This what you have to do:

  1. Make a launchpad account here.
  2. Find out exactly which package you have the issue with (when in doubt, submit the report against a more general package, such as unity, then someone can help you change it to the right one) .
  3. Make sure that the bug has not already been reported here.
  4. Submit the bug report, being sure to be clear and concise. A general layout to follow is to use 3 headings: "general issue", "what was expected", "what happened instead", "fix/solution/suggestion".

This list applies to any bug you wish to report.

Your contributions are always welcome and appreciated by the Ubuntu community.

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Thank you very much. I already posted the bug at Launchpad. –  Chuqui Mar 12 '13 at 2:27

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