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You’re not imagining it, Facebook’s ‘Like’ button is different

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It’s not just you, Facebook’s “Like” button has a new look. 

The iconic button has been given a redesign that’s still slowly making its way to all users. Instead of the previous solid-gray look, the new “Like” is now mostly white with a gray outline. The comment button has been given a similar treatment as well.

Here’s what the two look like side-by-side. 

Image: mashable composite

The gray outline fills out in blue, though, once you “like” something. 

The social network actually introduced the redesign a couple weeks back when it introduced its new, very-gray, News Feed. But it looks like the new look is still gradually making its way to desktop and mobile so if you’re only just starting to see it, that’s why. (It could still be a few more days before it starts to show up for everyone.) Read more…

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