Photoshop: Grayscale Curves adjustment histogram hides transformation function line

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In grayscale, the curves function line is the same color as the histogram, so I cannot see the curves line where they overlap. Is there any way to change the value of either the line or the histogram?
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What good is this support facility if nobody responds to a simple question about a flaw in the software?
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Sounds like you're referring to the color of the curve and histogram using the darker interface in CS6, but without a screenshot it's not completely clear.

If that is the case, you can change the interface color to a lighter shade like CS6 which changes the curve color to a darker shade and I can ask the interface folks to take a look at this.
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I am extremely disappointed that it took a month for this simple answer. That is inexcusable. I figured it out myself after a lot of wasted time searching and trial and error. You have a good product. Now you need commensurate customer support.
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Sorry I missed this when it came in. I was in the hospital with a critically ill child on April 25th when this was posted. Per our FAQ:

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