Mac OS X Easter Egg - Inverse Video

While in Tiger (though this make work in earlier versions of OS X), type CTRL+COMMAND+OPTION+8. Then, your video will become inverted (black is white, red cyan, blue yellow, green magenta, etc.) It is an interesting way to view everything.

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Contributed By: brainpo on 07-26-2005
Reviewed By: MrHappyHamster, DomFeargrieve
Special Requirements: Mac OS X.4 (Tiger)
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The page you are now viewing, but inverted
The page you are now viewing, but inverted

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Comments

fabwhack writes:
This isn't a true egg; it's built into the OS as part of the "Universal Access" for users with impaired vision. The keypresses are simply the keyboard shortcuts to turn on the feature.
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Davezilla writes:
That's correct. This works on everything, not just video. Most folks use it when the bright screen is tiring their eyes.
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Chicken writes:
I agree, This does not in any way qualify as an Easter Egg. Personally, I use it to save on power when I am on the go. It takes less power to make a black pixel than a white.
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