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The Painkiller To adjust the resolution, follow these steps:
1 On the Dock, click the System Preferences icon If you can t find it there,
click Apple | System Preferences
2 The System Preferences window appears At the top of the System
Preferences toolbar, click the Displays icon
3 In the Display window that appears, shown in the following illustration, select
a different resolution Your screen changes to show you the new setting If you do not like the setting, choose another Notice that you can also adjust the brightness of the screen by moving the slider knob Note too that you can adjust the colors Typically, the colors setting should be for millions, but you can reduce the setting if the display looks odd The brightness slider is available only on Apple LCD screens If you are using an Apple ADC CRT screen, you ll see a Geometry tab
CHAPTER 1: OS X Interface Headaches
What about Display Color Settings
You may have noticed that the Display window also contains a Color tab The color referred to here is the color profile for your particular Macintosh For example, if you are using a color LCD screen, your system is calibrated for that kind of screen If you are using an iMac, the color is calibrated for the iMac As a general rule, you don t need to change anything here because the default calibration is probably right for your computer Keep in mind that OS X attempts to take care of you and keep you from having to worry about such items In most cases, you don t need to do anything
I don t like the appearance of the windows
Cause OS X can display different window settings that affect the look of the windows you see on your screen The default settings all fall under OS X s general appearance, but you may find that certain window behavior just irritates you For example, the color may not be right or the scroll arrows may not work the way you want them to Don t worry you can adjust these settings to meet your needs The Painkiller To adjust the appearance of windows, follow these steps:
1 On the Dock, click the System Preferences icon If you can t find it there,
click Apple | System Preferences
2 The System Preferences window appears In the Personal category, click
the General icon
3 The General pane, shown in the following illustration, enables you to
change the appearance and the highlight color of the windows you see You can also change the location of the scroll arrow, determine the number of recent items to show, and change the smooth font scaling values You can experiment with these settings to see which ones you like best
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Under the Appearance option, try using Graphite it s a new grayscale option that many users prefer over Blue
I don t like the screen effect (screensaver)
Cause Screen effects, formerly called screensavers, give your monitor something to display when you are not using it You can select from several available screen effects, and you can even purchase Macintosh software that will give you many more if that is something you re heavily into The Painkiller To adjust the appearance of screen effects, follow these steps:
1 On the Dock, click the System Preferences icon If you can t find it there,
click Apple | System Preferences
2 The System Preferences window appears In the Personal category, click
the Screen Effects icon
3 In the Screen Effects window, shown in the following illustration, select
the screen effect you would like to display You can see a preview of the screen effect in the provided box Notice also that some screen effects have a Configure button where you can adjust the speed and other settings of the screen effect Others simply do not provide this option; don t worry if you
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