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I was reading and unfortunately trying out some of the keyboard shortcuts that i read about on my ibook and i presses ctrl+option+apple+8 and my screen isent the same now if someone would help that would be great...

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I was reading and unfortunately trying out some of the keyboard shortcuts that i read about on my ibook and i presses ctrl+option+apple+8 and my screen isent the same now if someone would help that would be great...

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press it again
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no thats not whats wrong because i did press it again and i see the difference but i just want my display back how it started
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its hard to explain what it looks like i would almost describe it as a very old operating system look......
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checkn and mmake sure that your colors are set int he millions (system prefs//displays) and make sure that the the color: drop down menue is set to millions

take a screen shot (shift+apple+3) and post it here...*once u take sceenshot open it up w. the preview button and the click "file" the "export" and it will put it in jpeg format and upload it here so we can seee....
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Go to system preferences and click 'universal access'

There try the 'switch to white on black' option...
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ok i got it...... it was under universal access and i had to change the contrast thanx everyone!!
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