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derived from Google Toolbar Whitener by panzi
This makes Google Search use blue as its accent color, instead of red.
It also makes the Google Toolbar blue on white, instead of the default red on black.

Problems? https://github.com/decktrio/Google-White---Blue/issues
If either of the copyright holders thinks I've violated GPLv2, please send me a message here: http://forum.userstyles.org/messages/add/decktrio

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Google White & Blue
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Author ciara-vero
License © ciara-vero.
Created Nov 30, 2011
Updated Mar 5, 2012
Installs (this week) 6
Installs (total) 1,380
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**Version History**

v0.43.2 (05MAR2012):
1. Updated Google Reader style mod

v0.43 (21DEC2011):
1. Returned the lines between the Google Menu buttons to default. (made that line a comment)
2. To return to the light grey lines, just uncomment line 250.

v0.42 (03DEC2011):
1. Patches for GMail
2. Lightened the lines between the Google Menu buttons

v0.4 (01DEC2011):
1. Updated theme information
2. Minor Patch (The old toolbar had a bug when viewed in Chrome)

v0.3 (30NOV2011):
Google's new hover menu is here... at least for some users.
1. Changed the background for the App logos to blue
2. Changed the selected text color for navigation bars and table headers throughout Google to blue

v0.2 notes:
I'm anticipating Google's new toolbar/hover menu changes.
1. Changed the accent color from #1122CC to #3366CC, which is the blue Google is using with the new hover menu.
2. Changed the background in the new hover menu buttons to white

v0.1 notes:
1. So I started off with Google Toolbar Whitener by panzi. This makes the Google Toolbar blue on white, instead of the default red on black.
2. Then I modified it to make Google Search use blue as its accent color, instead of red.

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