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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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closed as off-topic by Seth, Braiam, Florian Diesch, Eric Carvalho, Lucio Nov 23 '13 at 5:15

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  • "Bug reports and problems specific to development version of Ubuntu should be reported on Launchpad so that developers can see, track and fix these issues." – Seth, Braiam, Florian Diesch, Eric Carvalho, Lucio
If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

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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