A Cat Called George 17:24 17 May 03

Does anyone here know how to change the colour of the font used by Explorer for the toolbar button text labels in Win XP and Internet Explorer 6

  VoG™ 17:29 17 May 03

Right click desktop, Properties, Appearance tab, Advanced button. Under "Item:" select Menu from the drop down list. Then change the font colour.

NB this will apply to all windows, not just IE.

  A Cat Called George 17:36 17 May 03

Sorry that does not work. My menu's are already set to white which works well with the theme I am using but the toolbar text labels stay stubbornly black, grrrrr! TweakUI and ThemeXP provide no way I can find to change this.

  A Cat Called George 18:34 17 May 03

Back on top.

  « Ravin » 18:43 17 May 03

see if changing the font color for 3d objects works

  keith-236785 18:54 17 May 03

as far as i know if you are using a theme then you are stuck with the choices dictated by the said theme, sorry if this doesnt help

  A Cat Called George 20:20 19 May 03

Themes can be easily modified.

I have spent a long time trawling through the registry and have still got nowhere with this. Can someone help tonight please?

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