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I am a new Mac user and somehow my computer is in x-ray mode (just like the photo booth effect, but my whole computer is like this). Does anyone know how to get this back to normal? It is very frustrating.

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System Preferences->Universal Access->Display Section...Choose "Black on White"

If this isn't it, you may have some display issues.

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That's it. Thanks so much.
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there is a keyboard shortcut for that which is super easy to hit and when it is hit and you dont know what it is it can be pretty scary
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there is a keyboard shortcut for that which is super easy to hit and when it is hit and you dont know what it is it can be pretty scary
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Forgot about that Chris. The key sequence is ctrl-option-command-8 to let you know how to avoid it..

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