4156 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Mar 11, 2010 1:53 PM by coxorange
You could try desktop: RightClick->Personalize and select High Contrast Black.
Once there, everything you see can be customized Text type, size and color, Border sizes, colour etc.
by clicking "Window Color/High Contrast" icon on bottom of your screen.
When done, you'll see "Unsaved Theme" which you should right click Save as "MyHighCon" or whatever so you don't have to do it all again.
Have not done this in a while. I rather like light gold text on a black background.
A whole lot easier on the eyes it is. Wonder if gold is pasted to forum entry.
I've tried it, but unfortunately I find it not ergonomic
to read bright text on black background.
Then I turned off Aero and via "Advanced appearance settings..."
I tried to define colours for "Window Text" background etc.
This is not perfect (some regions can't be defined at all),
but it's a little relief. On certain regions or when playing a DVD
for example this method has no effect on the brightness.
In my opinion there is an error in the Boot Camp driver
which is responsible for the insufficient adjustment range.
At least the 21.5" iMacs have a perfect range under OS X.