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I'm new to Linux and installed Redhat Linux 8.0 today. When I boot up into Gnome, the three icons at the top of the screen, I don't know for sure but this may be in Bluecurve, anyway they appear to be blurred and are difficult to read. (When I say blurred, it's as if for each icon there are layers of that icon).

This also occurs for any menus I try to bring up from the Gnome toolbar at the bottom. However if you highlight an item in the menu, it becomes clear, otherwise it is difficult to read.

I have installed it on a Compaq Deskpro 400Mhz Intel Celeron PC
It is using an AGP Matrox G100 graphic card (4MB)
I am using a Dell Monitor (I don't have the model number at the moment), it is set up at 800 x 600 resolution and 16 bit color. I don't know what the refresh is set at.

I didn't want to set it up with this monitor when I installed it, as I will be using a different monitor when I get it home. I was trying to set it up as a generic monitor, but it wouldn't let me during the install process.

Anyway, if you think you can help, I'd be very grateful.
try changing the color depth from 16 to something else
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