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I am running Quark 4.04 on Mac OS 8.5.1. When trying to edit preferences through the edit - preferences - applications the text that relates to the check boxes is not visable.

Any sugestions would be useful.....

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there's a documented piece concerning your problem in the new Macword mag. Quark users who have the same problem found that installing the "Kaleidoscope 2.1" shareware extension solved this problem, know one knows why as of yet, but it seems to be the only workaround.
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Change system font to Chicago (in Appearance). Set to Charcoal by default. Apple suggested that their may be compatibility problems with Charcoal and some applications. Quark is one of them.
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