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Background color of checkbox in MacBook



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The color of the checkbox is based on the Accent color preference of a user's MacBook. It can be changed via Apple menu > System Preferences > General. The Accent color is the color used throughout the user interface for menus, buttons, active form fields and more. The default color is blue. Below are the references:

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Hi! Did you know that there is a known issue with scrolling on MACOS? 

Here is the solution for it:
Update your system settings to make the scroll bars always visible: 

  1. From the Apple menu, select System Settings. 
  2. In the settings dialog box, in the sidebar, select the Appearance category. 
  3. In the Show scroll bars section, select Always. 

Source: https://howto.caspio.com/release-notes/caspio-42-0/known-issue-scrolling-on-macos/#:~:text=Known Issue%3A-,Scrolling on macOS Devices,-Sep 13%2C 2023

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