Re: [magnifiers] Color Display
- Unfortunately when you are using the high contrast settings they don't come
out right for others. You can set your email to always reply with stationary
using a white background and black text. You can also check the background
color as you compose your message and remember to change it to white and
your text to black. This is a problem I hate Outlook Express for. I am often
sending totally black messages to people by accident.
- Rather than setting your foreground to white, set it to Auto. Then it
should show as white for you but black for someone who has a white
background. As to where you would do this, that will depend on your
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of lesliepeterson
Sent: Tuesday, 28 February 2006 20:53
Subject: [magnifiers] Color Display
Some people complains that I send my email in white background and white
foreground. I see my own as it shos black background and white
How could I solve it. It is new laptop with Win XP pro and ZT 8.1
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