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Windows 7 & XP display question


bumpkin

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Hi everyone, my preferred desktop background is light coloured. Is there a way on changing the text below the screen icons from white to something darker as it would be easier to see. I have looked but can't find an option for this.

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SillBill

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Obviously Czech is not PCA's favourite!! lol

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SillBill

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Just to help lotvic and not take the michael out of PCA's formatting woes -

F???ý hów í? ?ó?š šúbš??íp? b?? fáílš míšé?áblý wí?h ????é??ý.

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SillBill

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oops!!

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SillBill

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Funný hów ít dóeš šúbšcríp? but fáílš míšéráblý wíth curréncy.

FINGERS CROSSED!!

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northumbria61

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And after all that can anyone remember what the original problem was ???

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lotvic

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I think perhaps the key words to pick out of the OP's post are "can't find an option for this"

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bumpkin

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Fruitbat, I have done as you suggested but the text is still white. Tried a few times and double checked that desktop is set to white. In the box below headed font there is no color at all.

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