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    viewing: b/w reversed out - problem - help!?

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    viewing: b/w reversed out - problem - help!?
    Hi - my 5 year ol;d daughter has managed to press something on my laptop that has resulted in literally
    everything being displayed - reversed out in black and white - so every single thing is
    viewing like an x-ray! - does anyone have any ideas how i can reverse this??

    thanks a lot - cheers

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    viewing: b/w reversed out - problem - help!?

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    Try pressing Control + Option + Command + 8 all at the one time and see if this fixes things ... it it's what I think it is, then this is some kind of tricky thing you can do to show off your Mac in a different way ... I tried to take a screen shot but it doesn't capture the x-ray effect or whatever it's called ... so I used my digital camera ....


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    viewing: b/w reversed out - problem - help!?

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    thanks
    you're my hero ! - worked a treat - cheers

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    viewing: b/w reversed out - problem - help!?

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    No probs chrisward, glad to help ....


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