Re: Colors in Web Pages
I checked the 'Ignore colors' and it made a very big improvement!
"Don Varnau" <don_04[at]varnau[dot]org> wrote in message
> High contrast mode can lead to strange displays. I thought you may have
> enabled it inadvertently.
> Instead of "Use Windows colors" in Internet Options> General> Colors, try
> black text with white background. If you stay with "Use Windows colors"
> a different theme. Right-click the desktop> Personalize> Windows color and
> appearance, try Standard or Classic or one of the High Contrast themes.
> It may help to go to Internet Options> General> Accessibility and check
> Ignore colors, Ignore font styles and Ignore font sizes on webp[ages.
> Hope this helps,
> [MS MVP- IE]
> "JamesJ" <jjy@darwin_roadrunner.com> wrote in message
>> Why disable high contrast?? High contrast actually makes it
>> easier to read text. Although, I hate the high contrast interface. I'm
>> trying to find a way to see the text easier.
>> "Don Varnau" <don_04[at]varnau[dot]org> wrote in message
>> > Hi,
>> > Try this key combo (left) Alt + (left) Shift + Print Screen
>> > This will disable High Contrast if you inadvertently turned it on.
>> > More:
>> > Control Panel> Accessibility Options> Display. Make sure that High
>> > Contrast
>> > is not checked. Also click on Settings and uncheck Use Shortcut. That
>> > disable the Alt+Shift+Print Screen shortcut to High Contrast.
>> > "JamesJ" <jjy@darwin_roadrunner.com> wrote in message
>> > news:ePzIKdEHKHA.4004@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
>> >> I'm having much difficulty reading text on many web sites.The
>> > is
>> >> white and the text is a light blue. This isn't any particular web
>> > it is many.
>> >> I have tried checking 'Use Windows colors' but it it didn't seem to
>> > change
>> >> anything at all.
>> >> Any idea how I can get web pages to read more legibly??
>> >> Thanks,
>> >> James