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    Changing Command Line Colors

    I don't like the default black and white command line colors.I know how to change the color of my command line but how do i get it to stay that color after I have closed my command line?
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    Neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeermind.

    Never thought about clicking the top left corner on the C:\. And then going to defaults.

    BTW: I am referring to Windows.
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    Assuming you are on windows XP (well, It may work on others, I dont know), just right click the CMD icon in the task bar and then select "Properties"

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    Yes sir that is another way....Which is great too b/c at first I set my screen to be full size upon opening which wouldn't allow me to click the C:\ in the title bar. Fortunately, I guessed and pressed (Alt + Enter) and it resummed to being in a window. I'm assuming this is where there Media Player adopted this functionality.
    Most of my questions/posts are fairly straightforward and simple. I post long verbose messages in an attempt to be thorough.


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