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Why are some folders yellow and other grey/yellow when using regedit?

When comparing 2 different registry using regedit, one machine all folders are yellow. On another machine, some folders are yellow while others are ghost/yellow or grey/yellow. The permissions seem the same between the keys. What does the ghost/yellow color signify?

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Screenshot attached...

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David
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Figured out it was a display problem. I have 2 monitors and it appears that this only shows up on one of them.
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