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PowerBook - pwb G4 14 inch. weird problem


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my cat stepped on the keyboard and pushed some buttons and now my entire display's colors are inverted. i looked under display settings, apple help, and on apple.com and i still cant find anything out. any ideas on how to make it go back to normal?
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get rid of your cat
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System Preferences, Accessibility, Seeing, Black-on-white.
Also, command-option-control-8, which is what your cat did.
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get rid of your cat
Probably won't help the problem, but definitely will reduce the likelihood of a recurrence.
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It's an accessibility setting. I'm at work, so I don't have a Mac in front of me or I'd tell you how to undo it. I'll try to remember to check when I get home.

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