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Chapter 6. Configuring an iPod to Suit Y... > Setting the Screen’s Contrast

Setting the Screen’s Contrast

You can adjust the contrast of the iPod’s screen so that you find it easier to read. To do this, choose Main menu, Settings, Contrast. You’ll see the Contrast menu, which consists of the Contrast slider (see Figure 6.9). Drag the Scroll pad or Click Wheel clockwise to increase the contrast (which makes the text and background darker) or counterclockwise to decrease the contrast, making the text lighter. As you drag, the shaded part of the Contrast bar indicates the current relative contrast level. When you think you have a setting that suits you, move to other menus to see if the setting is correct for your eyes and viewing conditions. Otherwise, continue to adjust it until it is correct.

Figure 6.9. Increasing the contrast of the iPod’s screen can make it easier to read.



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