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Colors on my macbook pro have gone to mainly black backgroung.

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Colors on my macbook pro have gone to mainly black backgroung. Pictures on my macbook look like film negatives. How do I fix
Hello, and thank you for asking your question,
I am Sr. Mac Tech Support Specialist, TD, glad to assist you.

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Here are some steps you can try to resolve the issue,
• Click on Apple menu (Apple icon in upper left corner of screen on Apple Menu bar)
• Select System Preferences > Universal Access
• From the open window of Universal Access make sure under Display
the radio button selected is Black on White not White on Black which in essence,
inverts the entire desktop .
• Close out of System Preferences

Let me know if this helps. I will be watching for your reply.

If you have any more questions, regarding your technical issue, please feel free to reply to this post as I am always ready to assist. Thank you!

Regards,

-TD
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Hello, and thank you for asking your question,
I am Sr. Mac Tech Support Specialist, TD, glad to assist you.

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Here are some steps you can try to resolve the issue:

• Click on Apple menu (Apple icon in upper left corner of screen on Apple Menu bar)
• Select System Preferences > Universal Access
• From the open window of Universal Access make sure under Display
the radio button selected is Black on White not White on Black which in essence,
inverts the entire desktop .
• Close out of System Preferences

Let me know if this helps. I will be watching for your reply.

If you have any more questions, regarding your technical issue, please feel free to reply to this post as I am always ready to assist. Thank you!

Regards,

-TD