T183 Check-offs Not Evident

Can the T183 form colour bars be toned down for future releases? I find that the green is so intense that the black check marks are virtually unnoticeable. I'm referring to the "Tick the box" spots on the request for instant CRA assessment results and the approval to ReFILE a return in Part C.

These should be great features, but I'm going to have to explain to each client that there is a check mark in the appropriate boxes as one has to hold the form up to the light to even see the check mark. This is printing as black on dark green, not the most appropriate colour choices.

Also, could there be an option put in the program to automatically check off these two boxes so we don't have to manually do it for every return?


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Hello Jparsons,

I hope all is well. Thank you for the feedback. I am sorry about this. We have put in a ticket to adjust the green in the checkbox and it is scheduled to be fixed in a future release.

Please send feedback about the idea of having T183 default settings in options->module and we will hopefully have this in a future release. 

Thank you

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