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Why do I have blue text where white text should be?
A few websites I go to have blue text where white text should be. I looked at other threads and tired what people suggested, but nothing worked. I tired doing it on Google Chrome same thing happens but when I did it on Internet Explorer the text appeared white and normal.
Anyone know how to fix this?
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It could and it might not be from 2001. I just couldn't find the date it was made on the tag.
Okay, I found a copyright on it, it said 2005 copyright so it somewhere around 05-07 old.
Also a weird thing was the blue text never happened until my little brother stepped on the screen (closed) and the first line appeared.
I'm surprised it still works at all.
Work because of how old it is or when he stepped on it? By the way he was only 9 and about 80 pounds when it happen last year.
Must be made of cast iron...lol
lol... maybe, I wasn't there when it happen (I was asleep and he took it from my room), but I think he didn't like do a full blown step on it maybe just like lightly stepped on and then realized before he fully put all of his pressure on it.
I don't know why he put it on the ground in the first place...
Practicing to be a ballet dancer no doubt. :D
I would thumbs up that one only if I could!
Oh yeah I wanted to know if you know anything about the old MSN if I could get it somehow? This one does not support windows 7--sadly.
And one more thing I know this other game I use to play because I found it and it uses Unity Player for it and I have the same problem.
Windows Live Messenger you mean?
Sorry I was taking so long, I was updating stuff and had to restart
There are some links to older versions in the References section of this Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Live_Messenger
Is your color quality (Right-Click desktop > Properties > Settings) set to anything less than 32 bit?
It was set to 16, I just now set to 32.
That fixed the problem.... It amazing how one simple thing does that..
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I think the issue occurs when the flash object is set to use a wmode other than opaque in a Windows environment where the color quality is not 32 bit. Setting the color quality to 32 bit fixes the issue on every system that I have tested.
Okay, well thank you very much