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Try using colour cobinations and cycling through a set of predefined colors. Alternatively try stronger border colours on various parts of the table cells to try a create a link


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I think you should think from a users' perspective. What does it make more sense for your users? Me, as a user, I always compare times with my own timezone and when I check a transaction history I want to see the time when that happened and if I did that transaction. If I see a transaction in the list that was made at 3am my time, I'm pretty sure that was ...


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It is very technical to show UTC to users. Nobody really knows their offset to the UTC timezone, so I would suggest showing all times in the user's local time zone (Running some javascript in the user's browser seems to do just that https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1091372/getting-the-clients-time-zone-and-offset-in-javascript). I would always translate ...


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