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Is there any way to change the gray "highlight" color Safari uses to indicate words it finds with searches to a more visible color? THAT GRAY SUCKS!
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Try System Preferences, General, Highlight color. I have mine set to red.
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Thanks for the solution, chscag.
Nice plane in your avatar, BTW. B-26? You fly that thing?
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Glad it worked for you. Yes, that's a Douglas B-26D Invader which was used in the early part of the Viet Nam war before they were all retired. I was a crew chief for the bird in my younger military days.
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