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Imac is displaying in negative.i.e word documents are black with white text. Photos have cyan faces instead of red. Mac is working apart from color issues.

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It sounds like you managed to turn on the Universal Access inverse image setting.  Try hitting ctrl-option-cmd-8.
For future reference, go to the Universal Access pref pane under System preferences.  
I hope that helps.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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