Question about Apple iBook G3 Mac Notebook
Ive tried ctrl+alt+cmd=8 and going into Universal access and changing the black on white but they both don't work. what can I do next please?
I'm not sure what exactly would cause Universal Access to be unresponsive, but I have some troubleshooting ideas:
Try putting the file com.apple.universalaccess.plist in the trash.
It is in ~/Library/Preferences
1. Click on Finder (the smiling guy on the Dock).
2. Press and hold the following keys: Command and Shift and H (Command-Shift-H). That will take you to your home folder.
3. Double-click the mouse on the Preferences folder in the window that pops up.
4. Find com.apple.UniversalAccess.plist
5. Click and hold down the mouse button on that file and drag it to the trash.
6. Click and hold on the trash icon. Select "Empty Trash".
7. Click System Preferences from the Apple menu or the Dock. Click Universal Access. Click "Black on white" under the Seeing tab.
Please let us know if that works. Another possible solution, though a bit drastic, would be to reinstall your operating system. If the above solution doesn't work, I can explain how to do that, if necessary. I'll also be thinking about other possible fixes.
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