From: "Dallas" Jagged on 31 Jan 2010 23:45
thanks. i tried the left shift/alt/print screen, but for the few games i
play - text only - i don't like the reverse of the background & text, well,
it's my eyes that took issue with it! & it messed up my desktop folders, in
that it moved them all over the place & out of the order in which i was
is there a way to just darken all text, if they are not using css ?
many thanks to all!
Dell P 4, 3GHz, 512 MB DDR SDRAM, 160 GB, Win XP HomeSP2,
16X DVD-ROM & ,6X DVD+/RW, IE7, OE6, DSL, via AT&T. I use these on a regular
basis: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, Ad-Aware, Spybot, Spyware Blaster, Window
Defender, BitDefender & Ccleaner
"ANONYMOU S" <ANONYMOU_S(a)EXAMPLE.COM> wrote in message
> You might not be able to do anything with web pages if they are written
> very badly such that all the formats and displays are hard wired
> "absolutely" using CSS sheets (CSS = Cascading Style Sheets).
> If the style sheets are written properly with relative measurements or
> using percentages then you will be able to.
> "Dallas" <Jagged Edge(a)StillIStruggle> wrote in message
>> hi all,
>> i am trying to change the contrast on my pc & the web pages that open. i
>> click on accessibility options, via control palen & nothing happens when
>> i click on it - any ideas on hot to get this function to work ?
>> many thanks & enjoy your weekends
>> Dell P 4, 3GHz, 512 MB DDR SDRAM, 160 GB, Win XP HomeSP2,
>> 16X DVD-ROM & ,6X DVD+/RW, IE7, OE6, DSL, via AT&T. I use these on a
>> regular basis: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, Ad-Aware, Spybot, Spyware
>> Blaster, Window Defender, BitDefender & Ccleaner