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There was a topic about this very subject not too long ago. Try searching before posting a question, sometimes you can find what you're looking for without having to wait for a reply. :mac:

To answer your question, no, there's no way (without a lot of hacking) to change the font color in Finder. You can make the text stick out a little more by selecting all of the icons in that window and right (control) clicking the icons, which shows the contextual menu. From here you can place a color label behind the text making it easier to read on a dark background.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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