FCKeditor assumes default colours
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If you change the default colours in your web browser, the FCKeditor formatting "breaks", and can become unreadable.
For example if you change your default web browser colours to a dark blue background, bright yellow text and bright cyan links, then when you use FCKeditor (and indeed browse the FCKeditor homepage) the text is bright yellow on a white background, becoming virtually unreadable.
The problem is that in many places the background colour is changed, but the foreground colour is not changed at the same time (assuming it will always be black, which it may not.) Whenever the background colour is changed, the foreground colour should also be changed otherwise it could easily clash with the new background colour, given that the default colours are user-dependent. Likewise whenever the foreground colour is changed the background colour should also be changed (although this is less of a problem.)