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MacBook Pro - Display issue, looks bluesih washed out, help!


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First of, Hi! newbie to macs here, trying to learn as much as I can!. I'm an expert at pcs though

Bossed macbook pro display looks funky, blue is very washed out hard to read here's a pic

any ideas?
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Ah Figured it out......Software related, user set universal access to max!

thanks for looking though
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