From what I understand so far about Blender, wherever the mouse cursor is hovering over, it becomes the active region.

Currently, Blender slightly changes the tint of a menu's header as you hover your cursor on and off from the menu. But that small change is barely noticeable.

Is there a blender UI addon that can let the user create a custom color for both the active and non-active Headers or active/non-active Window Backgrounds?

It helps to know what is active, especially on large high resolution monitors.


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You can just customize the theme in User Preferences and choose the colors to your requirement and then save the theme as well as make it the default.

Press Ctrl+Alt+U to open the User Preferences and then goto Theme tab.

Customizing Blender Theme


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