Posted 06 February 2006 - 07:32 PM
Many thanks Joe. It's finally fixed!
You know, when this first happened I assumed it was a check box SOMEWHERE that Windows suddenly just decided to check (while any helpdesk person will snicker at this; I am absolutely, positively sure I never even when into the accessiblity options, much less clicked that check box). I searched, and searched, and then, finding nothing, just assumed that it must be something more technical. NOPE. It was just that one, stupid, freakin' button that (I swear) I never touched. [The button in question: accessiblity options/display/'Use High Contrast'.]
Regardless, even if I had, somehow, caused this, I'm just happy it's resolved. Many thanks.