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>the program I use for reading my e-mail, was set up with a black
background and blue
>letters. I remember reading somewhere that blue letters were the
>read/see. And, I'm finding that to be the case.
>So, I've been playing around with the color of the letters. They now
are hot pink. I
>don't think this is any better than the blue letters. What do *you*
>I also consider changing the black background?
The easiest colour combinations, according to the latest research I'm
familiar with are: