OS X :: Setting Terminal Background Color / Size For Windows

Nov 18, 2009

Snow leopard terminal preferences seems to only change the first terminal window opened. For example I have new windows set to open with 'pro' theme, only the first window does this. If I hit cmd-n for a new window, it's the basic theme with the default size. If anyone knows the commands i can throw in .bash_profile to change the bg color and size of window, please let me know, I guess that's the workaround.

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OS X Mavericks :: System Does Not Remember Background Color / Icon Size

Dec 5, 2014

Every time I open my Applications folder the view setting that I set is back to default. The system does not remember the background color, icon size, or any other setting. 

iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.5)

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OS X :: Possible To Color Pages Background

Aug 27, 2010

Is it possible to color the entire background, like a stationery only with a solid color?

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Applications :: Want To Change Background Color?

Nov 26, 2009

i have this wallpaper and i want to change background color. what to do, i'm used to photo filtre on win and I can't find any tool that could do that.

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May 11, 2012

Within the last day or two, I noticed that the background color of many web pages I frequently visit has turned to white.

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X :: Mac Background Changed To Blue Color Wallpaper

Aug 26, 2010

My mac was working awesome when one day my background changed to just a blue colour wallpaper. I tried everything to change it back but nothing worked.

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OS X :: Default Window Background Color In Preview

Jun 9, 2010

I was messing around and ended up changing the color of my background in preview, can someone tell me what percent brightness it is by default?

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ITunes :: Can Change The Default Background Color

Jun 3, 2012

Can you change the default of itunes to be darker, like it looks when you change the Universal Access setting to "White on Black"?

MacBook Pro

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Applications :: Change Background Color Word 2011

Nov 25, 2010

I recently downloaded and installed Office 2011 and I was wondering if anybody knew of a way to change the background color from grey to anything you want. In 2008, there was a file in the Contents-->Resources folder called "Page Layout View Background Rest" that you could replace with any image and the background would change (by 'background', I mean the actual grey color on each side of the word document, not the background of the document itself).

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Applications :: Changing Background Color Of Text Keynote 09

Jan 22, 2009

I can't figure out how to change the background color of text in Keynote 09.

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Applications :: ITunes - Changing Background White Color

Dec 1, 2009

Hating the white. Did they or did they not bring back the black background option? if so, where do I find it?

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MacBook Pro :: Does Converting Word Into PDF Does Not Take The Background Color Of The Page?

Jun 30, 2012

When I do a page background on a document, and save as pdf, it does not take the background color. It shows only white background.


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OS X Mavericks :: TextEdit Document Have A Solid Color Background?

Sep 2, 2014

In Mavericks, can a TextEdit document have a solid color background? I'm tired of the BRITE WHITE and want canary or powder yellow.

iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4), 10,1-3.06 GHz Intl Core 2-12GB RAM

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MacBook Pro :: Setting My Desktop Background?

Jul 20, 2009

I just set my background to rotate between the pictures in a folder and every time I restart the computer, I am stuck with a generic blue background (not in my pictures folder, mind you!).

I just have to right click/change destkop background, unselect the folder and then reselect and it comes back.

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MacBook :: Change The Setting For The Background?

Apr 9, 2012

how do i fix my computer background. it looks like picture negatives. i have looked all in the settings and cant find anything. Does it have to do with calibrating


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Applications :: Setting Black Background For ITunes 9?

Sep 11, 2009

Is it possible to set the rather bright and empty/windows looking iTunes 9 background to black? If not, then I'm going back to version 8. However, I'd like to stick with the most up to date if possible.

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OS X :: Setting Permanent Background For Guest Account?

Jul 13, 2010

I rent out a cabin and I would like the guest account that renters use to have a permanent background. Is this possible? What I am trying to do is allow renters to upload their photos to a shared folder (already set up). This shared folder would be a compendium of photos that renters have uploaded, and the background would change every 5 seconds to show off all the great pictures. Possible?

The next avenue I will explore is instead of using a guest account just creating a normal account for renters, but for obvious reasons I am wary of doing this

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Intel Mac :: Change The Background Color To The Baby Announcement Stationary On Emails

Jun 12, 2012

I'm using the "stationary" available to create an email of a birth announcement for a girl.  However, the birth announcement is a blue background.  Is there a way to change that to pink?


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OS X Server :: Setting Background Image Of Connected Computer?

Nov 12, 2007

Is there any place in the Workgroup Manager where I can set the background image of the connected computers? I can't see any, but I'm thinking it must be possible.

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OS X :: Terminal - Setting Default Search Engine?

Jul 18, 2009

I want to change to Google as the default search engine in Safari. In terminal, when I input "vi," this is what I get...

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OS X :: Setting Low Screen Sharing Color Depth?

May 30, 2010

In os 10.6 does anyone know a way of lowering the screen sharing color depth from full. When I connect with a vnc client, if I set it to anything other than full the screen never opens. Or maybe subject another good VNC server I could use.

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OS X :: Setting Default Label Color Specific Extension?

Oct 5, 2009

I have been searching on Google on how to set a specific color label for certain extension like .docx, .pdf, .png, etc. I was only able to change the color label for a specific by using command-I and change the color label. I want a specific extension to have a specific color label. Is this possible? It would be pretty helpful for me to spot a certain file type extension.

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Intel Mac :: Reset Display Color To The Default Setting?

Jun 20, 2012

how do I reset my display color to the default setting?  my daughter changed the settings and it looks like a thermal image

iMac, Mac OS X (10.5.8)

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MacBook Pro :: Get A Half Size Desktop With Blue Background?

Jun 23, 2012

after I have not used macbookpro for a while the screen shows a half size desktop with login screen with the rest of the screen blue.

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OS X :: Static Background Of Normal Size And Cursor Cannot Moves To An Icon?

Jan 24, 2010

Not familiar with the mac at all, as this post will demonstrate On the desktop, the background is now expanded and when you move the cursor, it navigates by an annoying combination moving the cursor and moving the background until an icon is under the arrow. I screwed around with the display and some other preferences, but i cant figure out which setting I need to modify to get it back to a static background (of normal size) and a cursor that moves to an icon.

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MacBook Pro :: Since Installing SL Can No Longer Change The Size Of Background Photos

May 10, 2012

Since installing SL I can no longer change the size of my background photos to fit the screen in the desktop system preferences window

MacBook Pro (15-inch Early 2008), Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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OS X :: Terminal Split Pane And Stack Icon Size

Aug 31, 2009

Terminal Split Pane: Why does split pane it merely duplicate what I type in the second pane? Why can I only type within the second pane? Is there a way to change the orientation of the split panes? I'm either missing something or this feature is totally useless/broken.

Stack Icon Sizes: In the dock, when I view a folder stack in Grid, how do I change the icon size? They're like, goofy huge too me.

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Software :: Altering Preview Default Font Color / Size

Oct 7, 2008

I have some PDF forms that I regularly need to fill out. Since they aren't "real" PDF forms and the document is locked, I need to print to PDF, save as TIFF and then use Preview's annotate feature to mark things up. It works well, but the default font color (red) and default font size (36) are not optimal. And each time I start a new annotation, I need to change back to black and a smaller font size. Is there any way to alter this default?

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OS X :: Disk Utility, Finder, Or Terminal Is Reporting Wrong Volume Size?

Aug 26, 2009

I partitioned my disk using Terminal's diskutil. I decided i didnt need the partition anymore, so i deleted it (using Disk Utility.app) and added the free space to my mac partition. Basically, Finder and Terminal dont show the free space added back, and Disk Utility shows the space added back to the disk. I tried restarting, repairing disk (which coincidentally had an unrelated problem), repairing permissions, but the problem is still happening

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Windows On Mac :: Won't Work With Partition Size & Windows Size

Jun 22, 2009

I heard from multiple Youtube videos and walkthroughs that said that Windows took 4gb, so I made a 24gb partition. After installation, I go to "Computer" (c: drive), and it says 9gbs free of 24gbs.

I'm using a MBP 2.53 w/ 9600, and installed Windows 7 RC 64bit. What happened? How can I see what's taking up all that space?

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