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Here on Stack Overflow, we hate change, especially regarding the new checkmark color. So, I have the perfect solution to all of our needs - bring back the old goodness!

Contained in the user script, is simply a base64'd version of the old checkmark sprite.

Here's a screenshot of it in action:

Click to install me! (view source)

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I can't install the extension due to Chrome's "security" rules. Google Chrome shows me this help page: support.google.com/chrome_webstore/answer/… –  ComFreek Jun 23 '13 at 13:53
@ComFreek I suggest you get a better browser :) I do not support chrome and do not plan to, sorry. There is an equivalent chrome extension available here, though: meta.stackoverflow.com/a/185430/151015 –  Richard J. Ross III Jun 23 '13 at 15:05

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Nice one-liner! Personally, I like the new "funky" green, but good job nonetheless!

Here's a more comprehensive @include list you can use:

// @include     http://*.stackexchange.com/questions/*
// @include     http://answers.onstartups.com/questions/*
// @include     http://askubuntu.com/questions/*
// @include     http://meta.askubuntu.com/questions/*
// @include     http://meta.serverfault.com/questions/*
// @include     http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/*
// @include     http://serverfault.com/questions/*
// @include     http://stackapps.com/questions/*
// @include     http://stackoverflow.com/questions/*
// @include     http://superuser.com/questions/*

An up-to-date list is available at Complete list of sites to @include / @match into my script?

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Hey, thanks! I just pushed out an update. –  Richard J. Ross III Jun 23 '13 at 0:49

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