I opened the registry editor to see what's happen with the color values and I discovered that there are errors in the blue profile (and some others) with those parameters:
They got values bigger than 16 777 215 wich is FFFFFF as hexadecimal value and commonly the white in RGB representation.
Then as the programming code managing colors should be different in the option window and drawing display, the results are different. In one case the color appears dark, on the other the color is green.
Other possibilities than changing profile are:
1.force the colors to be valid by changing them to a different value in the options
2.You could the copy following text with a text editor, change "Solidworks 2011" to what is your Solirworks release, save it at "colors.reg". And double click on it to merge it in the Windows registry:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
"Annotations, Imported (Driving)"="0"
"Annotations Non-Imported (Driven)"="0"
"Assembly Interfence Volume"="255"
"Drawings, Sheet Border"="0"
In that file, the values are from Orange profile:
In blue profile the values are:
"Annotations, Imported (Driving)"="87407472"
"Annotations Non-Imported (Driven)"="87407160"
"Assembly Interfence Volume"="87339504"
"Drawings, Sheet Border"="774974520"
Also you can open the registry editor "regedit" and edit values at [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SolidWorks\SolidWorks 2011\Colors]. Be careful as you access to all system values, by doing wrong, you can break your system.
There may have some other issues. For me that was the wrong items.
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