I am trying to set my desktop background to a neutral grey but every time I do this the icon font changes to a hideous "hollow white" and I cannot find how to change it to a solid black. It seems that the background/font are linked and fixed. Help?
Now i'm using windows 8.1 with 10'inch monitor
monitor is small, but it supports 2560 * 1256 resolution
resolution is too high on my small monitor, so every text and pictures are too small on my windows
i already using my windows with scaling up icons, texts, by changing registry values.
I've searched a lot on this topic but I have failed to find anything that works. In particular, the suggestion to use option 2 or 3 (registry edit) of a similar tutorial in the win7 forums, does not work for me.
Has anyone gotten this to work? Particularly on win 8.1.1?
Any way to "de-uglify" the Fonts of firefox in Windows -- Linux has a nice menu in the tools in the firefox menu - Can't see one in Windows.
Screenshot enc (From Linux)
I everyone I am a newbie to the forums. I was installing some new font packages the other day for photoshop and all of a sudden the font within some of my programs is now unreadable (looks like Tekton Pro, but very hard to read). I googled how to change font in windows 8 and was only able to...
I don't know what to call the system feedback I'm getting in an unreadable font. It's what comes up in the lower left of the screen when you hover over one of the format-change buttons here on the message edit box.
I want to change this font to something I can read. If someone can tell me where...
Is there any way to change the font of UI elements as could be done in Win 7?