As part of our continuing efforts
to make what you see more like what you get, we offer these tips for adjusting
1 - Make sure you have the computer's color depth set high enough.
For the best view of our fabrics and other items, your display should
be set to at least 16-bit color (The option in your display settings may
also be listed as 64k or 65,536 colors.) 24-bit or higher will give even better color,
but may slow very old systems unacceptably; it's up to you.
2 - Adjust your monitor's brightness and contrast.
The image below contains 32 shades of grey, progressing evenly from
black to white. By adjusting your monitor's brightness and contrast settings,
you should be able to find a combination of settings that lets you see
all the shades, with the black and white ends dark & bright,
respectively. Most all modern monitors have electronic controls with an on-screen
menu for such adjustment, and you may need to consult your monitor's manual
Darken Page - Restore Page
For AOL users...
For the best level of detail and accuracy of color, we recommend that AOL users make sure
the "Use Compressed Graphics" option is turned off. (This may not apply to newer versions of AOL, particularly with broadband.)