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How can I change everything at once? I want the background to be black in finder but I need to change all of the icon labels to grey, or something like that, so I can still read them.

Is there a way to change ALL of them, instead of having to do it one folder at a time?
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easy! all you do is go to all the folders or whatever then press command+a

that should highlight them all and the you right click one of them, change the color, and Yay! they're all whatever color you chose
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That doesn't change subfolders though. lol.
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i dont think you can O.o but i dunno ive only had this for like 2 weeks >.<
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That doesn't change subfolders though. lol.
If you're using List View, and you expand the disclosure triangles, it does.

(Hint: option-click on a disclosure triangle to expand or hide all of the sub-folders.)
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Cool. I'll give that a try. Thanks.
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