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I inadvertently switched my screen so that it is displaying

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I inadvertently switched my screen so that it is displaying all colors in negative. I cannot determine how to restore the normal colors. Rebooting restores the colors to normal until I log in. After login it returns to negative.
Hi My name isXXXXX hope i can help you.

Press Control + Option + Apple(Command) + 8 to change it back. Pressing these keys again will change it back into inverted colours.


Goto System Preferences and open Universal Access. Under "Display", click the radio button "White on Black". This will change your Mac into original colours.

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