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    Change colour of Fast Forward, Pause screen

    This is a discussion on Change colour of Fast Forward, Pause screen within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; I am colour blind and cannot see the colour blue correctly. Is there a way of hacking the Sky Plus ...

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      Change colour of Fast Forward, Pause screen

      I am colour blind and cannot see the colour blue correctly. Is there a way of hacking the Sky Plus Box to gain access to the Fast Forward, Pause etc screen so I can alter the colour etc to the graphics?


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      Re: Change colour of Fast Forward, Pause screen

      No, sorry.

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      Re: Change colour of Fast Forward, Pause screen

      As Smithy says not with the boxes firmware. You could, if you can find someone with a bit of electronics knowhow and handy with a soldering iron, change the leds on the front pcb to a colour you find easier to view.
      Edit - ignore that I've just reread your post properly and you mean the osd.


     

     

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