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SubjectRe: [OT] Re: Colour blindness & the Linux Kernel Version History
Black writing on a pale background? Hardly. Maybe the ZX toy did this,but
I dont recall it being the default for all of them. Apple's default tv out
colors were plain white on black- the way *God* intended terminal screens
to look...:-)

Brett G. Person
person@slackware.com
person@netcenter.net

On Thu, 21 Oct 1999, Alan Cox wrote:

> > Funny, I heard the opposite. - remembering back
> > to when the BBC Micro was released in the UK.
>
> Remember also that every single computer using a TV by design and thus
> with stronger visual constraints used black writing on pale background.
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