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Articles: black on black

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by CrockAlley, Jun 20, 2002.

  1. CrockAlley

    CrockAlley New Member

    All the article pages display a black background... with black text. What's up with that?
  2. MuppetQuilter

    MuppetQuilter Member

    Are you by any chance using a Mac? I have the same problem, but if you hold the mouse button and scan over the page (in other words-- highlight the text) the text will show up. At least it works for me....
  3. Phillip

    Phillip Administrator Staff Member


    We are aware of the issue on Macs and are working on a fix as soon as possible.
  4. Crazy Harry

    Crazy Harry New Member

    Soooooooo... only us Mac users have this problem eh?
  5. CrockAlley

    CrockAlley New Member

    Well, not really a problem, as Quilter said, I can just highlight it. But that's like using a screwdriver to hammer nails: inefficient us of tools. Well, no complaints, but I'm glad you are working to fix it.

    And pleeease let's not get into a "my OS is better than your OS" argument.

    I hope I don't come off as snooty. Just trying to make Muppet C. a good as experience for all! How 'bout a round on me?
  6. smcguire

    smcguire New Member

    As far as I could tell, this is just a problem if you're using Internet Explorer on the Mac. If you use Netscape, Mozilla, or Opera, you can see all the pages on MuppetCentral without a problem.

    (I'm not saying it's anyone's fault for using IE - that's what I use by default too - just passing along the info.)

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