Change a specific color in the notes of a deck at once

I have a deck that is badly colored:


Those fucking blues make me blind. Therefore, I want to access the data and write a script to automatically detect the values of those colors and replace it with another color.

As said:

On Windows , the latest Anki versions store your Anki files in your appdata folder. You can access it by opening the file manager, and typing %APPDATA%\Anki2 in the location field. Older versions of Anki stored your Anki files in a folder called Anki in your Documents folder.

But, this is what I have in the directory:

And none of those files/dirs are named like the deck that I want to work on:

So, can someone please help me? I want to access the cards/notes of the 1212 deck so I can write a script that replaces a value with another in the blink of an eye.

If the blue color is set in the HTML content of fields in every card, you can use find and replace function. You can use Ctrl + Shift + X to open the HTML editor to have a check.
If the blue color is set by the CSS, you can modify it manually in Styling.

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How am I supposed to open this window:
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Ctrl + Alt + F or

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Thank you so much it worked. I didn’t know I should go to “Browse” tab for this.

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