Thank you for using the UCSC Genome Browser and reporting your issues.
You have discovered a known issue when using the coloring options for bigWig custom tracks. If you
set altColor (or color) to 0,0,0 then the Genome Browser code believes that the color is unspecified.
The current workaround is to set altColor to 1,0,0 instead of 0,0,0 to use the black color. For example,
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