"invalid color code:undefined" error in chrome browser

"invalid color code:undefined" error in chrome browser

This is possible because some extensions in the browser are interfering with the application.

Open an incognito window. Disable all the browser extensions and check if that fixes the issue. Then, try enabling the extensions one by one until the issue re-appears so that we get to know which extension is causing it and you could remove it or handle it accordingly.

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