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i've recently noticed that most of my videos and some folders title font color is in blue........

eg : a video named 'Ronaldinho The Magician' the font color should be back but is blue instead...no i didn't change the color...and i tried renaming the vedio(s) but the color is still blue :)


please help !
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Does it look like this?

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  • Right-click on an empty space on your Desktop.
  • Select Properties
  • Click on the Appearance tab
  • Click Advanced (near the bottom)
  • Use the drop down menu (Item:), and select Active Title Bar
  • Use the drop down menu for Color: under the Font: section and select black.
  • Click Ok.
  • Click Apply then Ok on the other window.
You may need to wait while the settings are applied.




edited to add bbcode.

Edited by piano9playa5, 21 April 2009 - 04:15 PM.

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no it doesn't look like that......

theres a video..the name(description) of the video is written below the video...that font color is blue instead of black...

just a few videos and folders have that font color...

video eg.
(view by thumbnails)
VI
DE
O
the magician


the bold words are in blue color font !

i hope u got what i'am tring to xplain :)
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right click on a "blue" file or folder and choose properties...on the general tab press the "advanced button"...is the box next to "compress files to save disk space" checked?
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yes the box is checked !
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then those files are compressed....you usually did a disk cleanup and accidentally checked the box to do that...you can uncheck that box to uncompress the file...unfortunately you'll have to do it for each file individually
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yup it worked :) ...but i didn't understand the logic behind it.

whats this got to do with diskclean up ????

whr can i learn all of this stuff ???

please be kind enough to explain :)

Edited by Psycho2, 22 April 2009 - 02:00 PM.

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when you run the disk cleanup utility to free up space on your harddrive (or just to keep it clean) there's an option to compress old files to save space....sometimes that accidentally get's checked
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Ah.. I saw title, and thought you meant title-bar... My mistake.
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thanks for the help :) :)
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thanks for the help :) :)
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