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I would like to counter the CAAC's comment and suggest the amount of effort to make the icon more accessible is minor, if not trivial.
The CAAC has reviewed this IBM Idea and recommends that IBM not implement this request. IBM could spend their effort more wisely than changing the icons again.
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Nancy Uthke-Schmucki - CAAC Program Manager
I've generally just ignored it - when I look closely, it seems to have something that looks a little like part of the Merlin logo - a partial blue circle (or arrow) around the central gray thingy.
Vern (CAAC member)
Although the theme of this request is consistent with our business strategy, it is not committed to the release that is currently under development.
--IBM Power Systems Development - RDi team
Completely agree on this one... I use Windows 10 Dark theme, I have RDi pinned to my taskbar, but can never see it. Almost black logo on an almost black taskbar, it needs some contrast colors.
Attachment (Description): This is the logo in question.