"Busy" color in Scheduling Assistant
In the recent version of Outlook which has the "Simplified Ribbon", it appears that the color of the bar representing "Busy" in the calendar Scheduling Assistant screen has been changed. Busy used to be bright blue, whereas Out of Office was a darker color. Now, with the new changes, as a colorblind person I can no longer tell these two apart. They both look like the same exact color. Now I cannot easily tell when someone is busy vs out of office. Please revert the "busy" color back to a lighter color.
Jean-Bernard Lecot commented
"About 8% of males, and 0.4% of females, are red–green color blind in some way or another" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_blindness
Being able to change the colours in Scheduling Assistant for 'Busy', 'Tentative' etc..
Keith Ruck commented
I have a similar issue with the coloring not related to color blindness. After the latest update, the Scheduling Assistant color for busy blocks no longer has a dark outline around a lighter interior, instead they area a solid color and the smallest single pixel indent on the top and bottom marks where the blocks meet making it near impossible to distinguish one block from another. Please correct the scheme to allow for a visible delimiter for busy blocks.