Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 10:26 AM (in response to rmarchan)
Hi Robert, try this...
Go to System Preferences > Universal Access and down in the Display: section make sure that the Enhance contrast: slider is all the way to left to Normal, or more to the right for less Contrast.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 1:03 PM (in response to BDAqua)
I did that an it solved my problem, at last! Why did I missed that in the first place??? It never struck me that it had something to do with the Universal Access Panel but rather maybe with the monitor's prefences.
Great, many thanks !
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Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 12:58 PM (in response to rmarchan)
Great news, thanks Robert!
I have no idea why that wouldn't be in the Displays pref pane myself... took me years to find it actually, thanks to other helpers here.
Oh certainly do.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 2:07 PM (in response to rmarchan)
Indeed, sometimes one would expect certain options to be better identify and/or placed in a more recognize area by the users!
What made me suspicious was the fact that if I started a software (FrontRow) and quit it afterwards the settings for my display came back OK automatically. The other hint for me was if I logeed in as new user, the settings where also OK. I wish there would be documentation on the subject? ... I recognize thought where I went wrong was in my interpretation of the appearance on my display: it had to do with the contrast and not with the resolution of the monitor.
So thank's again for the tip and I will gladly follow you in the futur.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2013 5:10 PM (in response to rmarchan)
Thanks, it was difficult for me to figure out it was contrast also.
Your perfect clue was...
the blue striped horizontal bars don't show.