|Thanks for the replied tip. Using it now, but I don't expect it resolves the many issues related (I expect as) to how I've achieved viewing white text on black backs?|
What with many prompts now being displayed with white text on white/light backs, maybe I need to re-think how it is I might be uneventfully able to use this scheme.
I'd even consider only using the scheme for viewing Word and NotePad text files, even though I really like viewing windows folders and directories also in the white text on black backs scheme.
And while display property changes to "Window", etc., are enabling the scheme in Word and NotePad files, the resulting issues are overwhelming.
Maybe I need to figure out a way to set up only NotePad and Word with white text on black backs?
Surely its possible to view white text on black backs and to do so avoiding mulitple text issues in programs and even windows prompts, but how?
I've thought about trying to set up Notepad for my scheme, but it doesn't seem to support font color or properties changes.
As for Word, it looks like maybe I can make a template for my preferred scheme?
Here's what I've tried and seemingly the issues, too many to resolve.
Ref. changes to display settings (desktop display properties) advanced appearance, here MS affords a list of available settings for the various Windows displays (e.g.; Menu's, Window's, Message Box, Selected Items, etc), so I initially simply changed "Window" properties (white back with black text) to white text on black back. But this gives rise to white text on white backs as seen in programs and even Windows prompts.
As for the other settings, I've tried adjusting them to resolve many unreadable text displays (e.g.; displayed webpages, program pages, prompts, and worse, Windows error and reminder prompts all with white text on near white backs), but I've yet to determine a combination that resolves unreadable text in webpages, windows prompts, etc.
Regards and hap-e-trails, Steve Hopper