spywareguard

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by Amos Satchell, Aug 28, 2003.

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  1. Amos Satchell
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    Amos Satchell Guest

    I just installed spywareguard 2.1 and have one problem. I can not see any text. I see just the check marks. I installed it to my windows me, without the text I don't know what to set in options please somone help.
  2. javacool
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    javacool BrightFort Moderator

    Could you possibly attach a screenshot of this to a reply? I'd be very interested in seeing it - thanks in advance! :)

    Best regards,

    -Javacool
  3. tekkielee
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    tekkielee Registered Member

    Hi this is Amos Satchell AKA Tekkielee. when I posted before about the missing graphics I had forgot my password so I posted as a guess. Here is the screen shot of spywareguard with out text. I hope I did this right.



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  4. Amerk_5
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    Amerk_5 Registered Member

    It looks like your windows color scheme has white text. That's probably causing white text on the white background in SG. Try changing the windows text color to something besides white.
  5. tekkielee
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    tekkielee Registered Member

    :D Silly me I should have KNOWN. That go's to show that no matter how long you've been on a computer there is always something new to learn THANKS

    PS I hope you find the answer to error 453 on windows nt soon. Keep up the good work. As soon as possible I will be making a donation.
  6. Tassie_Devils
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    Tassie_Devils Global Moderator

    Hi tekkielee.

    Yep, been there, done that re type colours.. :D

    But I thought maybe this is what should have shown up.

    ~could not resist~ :)

    TAS

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  7. Paul Wilders
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    Paul Wilders Administrator

    Love it, TAS! :cool:

    regards,

    paul
  8. Rita
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    Rita Infrequent Poster

    how do you change the text color.im computer illerate
    Thanks :oops:
    Rita
  9. Amerk_5
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    Amerk_5 Registered Member

    I'm using Win98SE, if you're using WinXP the steps may vary a little bit.

    Got to Start > Control Panel > Display > Appearance. Under Item, select Window & under Font Color, choose a dark color such as black.
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