Changing Appearance Options

The Appearance pane in System Preferences allows you to change the look and feel of Mac OS X in a few areas. You can change the color scheme for buttons, menus, and windows, and the highlight color for text and lists. Or if you're not comfortable using the scroll bars, you can change the way scroll bars work and the placement of the scroll arrows (). If your text looks blurry or jagged, you can adjust the font smoothing, known as anti-aliasing (), style to fix it (after you log out and back in). As you open files and applications, ...

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