When I go to the web page, https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/TabView.html, giving the description of TabView, the example displays as follows:
Note that the background for the label is blue. When I go to the same reference page in my Mathematica system, the example looks like the following:
The background color I get is black, making it impossible to read the label which is also black. How can I change this label background color? I have tried the following:
I am running Mathematica version 22.214.171.124 on Mac OS X Mojave version 10.14.6. The documentation says that TabView by default displays the labels in TabViewLabel Style, which typically uses the system button font. But buttons do not appear like this in other applications that I run on my Mac.
So how can I change the label background color or how can I change the TabViewLabel style?
Additional information: When I use other applications on my Mac that has tabs, the tabs appear correctly with selected tabs displaying with white letters on a blue background.
It is only in Mathematica that all my tabs have the selected tab displayed with black letters on a black background (so they are unreadable). I see this behavior everywhere, not just in programs I am writing. For example, I see this behavior when I look at help pages or when I look at the option inspector. So it must be some Mathematica setting that I have set wrong.
Anyone have any ideas?