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Graph edges can have several colors. In graph view:
 - Blue: a normal edge
 - Green: if the jump is taken (its condition is satisfied)
 - Red: if the jump is not taken
 - Blinking: when in the debugger, the edge that will be followed blinks
And, in proximity view:
 - Blue: Code cross-reference edge
 - Gray: Data cross-reference edge
IDA highlights the current mouse items. If the mouse is hovered over an edge, it is highlighted. If the mouse is hovered over a node, all adjacent edges are highlighted. To turn off the highlighting, specify the 'current edge' color as an undefined custom color.

The 'highlighted edge' and 'foreign node' colors are not used yet.

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