I am using Windows 7 on a destop PC with Nvidia graphics. When I load a screen that contains fields used to enter data I can hardly distingush where the data is supposed to be entered. Background and foreground blend together prohibiting the user from seeing where the data fields begain and end.
There is no field outline or sunkin field area where data is supposed to be entered.
I am sure this has someting to do with the lightt background and foreground blending together into one color.
Question; is there some adjustment to be made that will allow the data fields on a screen stand out from the background.
I sounds like the display/monitor's brightness and contrast could be mis-configured. Before looking at your graphics card... lets look at how your display is setup. You should have a menu button on the
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