Unless you've been hiking in the Andes for the last few weeks, you know that the new site design is now live. Here are a few small things that don't merit starting their own question, so I'll just put them together.

1. When inserting new image, the color combination on the from the web button on mouse hover makes it hard to read.

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2. The ? button to bring out the help menu when writing posts has a white instead of transparent background when clicked -- see image below.

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  • I was not hiking the Andes, but tonight I was struck dumb by the novelty (at least for me) of the new design. I sort of like it, but is there a thread which I could read to understand the reasons for the change?
    – Paola
    Jan 24, 2013 at 0:20
  • @Paola: It's part of the Stack Exchange site graduation process, and it signifies that a site leaves beta and is ready for prime time. The whole process is too long to describe in this space, but check this SE blog post for some insight on site graduation. The blog is also a good resource to get familiar with Stack Exchange culture. Jan 24, 2013 at 7:23

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I have fixed these two bugs on our dev server. The changes will go live after our next production build. We typically build daily after midnight EST.

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