The use of color in posts has been discussed before, and if I
remember correctly, the general feeling was that in general
it should be discouraged.
So although in principle I like your idea, I wonder: will the
people who -against common opinion- still use color go to
the trouble of figuring out how to use whatever new scheme
we come up with, so that it is readable by everyone? I doubt it.
I don't remember what the comments about color were when the
discussion about restricting HTML in posts occurred, but it
seems to me that a better solution may be to filter out color tags
I haven't seen enough people using color to think that this
is a real problem yet, though.
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