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Increase contrast of text in Grid tumbnail view?

TonyCortizas Jr.

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I have trouble reading the very light gray Caption text against the slightly darker gray background of the Expanded cell view of a Grid tumbnail. I've fiddled with any Interface preference or view option I could find, but don't see a way to change either the text color or background to make this easier to see.

Thanks
 
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I assume you're displaying the Caption on the second line of the Expanded Cell info? If so, have you thought about displaying it on the first line, where the data is displayed much darker, and is thus much easier to read (at least on Windows, though I assume MacOS would be the same).
 
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