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    Question Changing Adobe colour scheme?


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    I'm using remote desktop and working in Adobe Bridge. I don't know if its an effect of remote desktop but my colour scheme is dark grey but the mouse pointer is black and as RD shrinks everything anyway i'm really struggling to see the mouse pointer! For teh life of me I cant see how to change the colour scheme/theme? Anyone know?
    TIA

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    Default Re: Changing Adobe colour scheme?

    If you're on WIN10, just go to Settings - Devices and you'll see it

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    Default Re: Changing Adobe colour scheme?

    Thanks GP, but it's not just the mouse colour but the whole laptop schemes. E.G. Excel normally green header with a white whitebook, but mine is all dark grey. Seems no matter whether its a MS Office product or Adobe, its all in a dark colour scheme?

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    Default Re: Changing Adobe colour scheme?

    Sorted it. For the benefit of the archives and in case anyone else has the same problem.


    1. Open an Office app
    2. Go to File > Options
    3. Under the “General” tab, you’ll see an option “Office theme”
    4. Make sure that has “Colourful” selected


    In adobe; Open an app;

    1. Cmd/Ctrl K
    2. Preferences
    3. Interface
    4. Color Theme




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