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I use Wireshark on various Windows OS's. I primarily use Wireshark to debug VoIP calls, mainly SIP. When I use the "Telephony->Voip Calls" to parse out the VoIP calls, then select "Flow" to obtain a graph of a call, when I click on one of the packets it whitens out so I can't make it out. How can I change the color scheme inside a VoIP call graph so that when I click on a packet, I can still see it through the color scheme instead of it being obliterated?

asked 06 Aug '13, 06:07

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when I click on one of the packets it whitens out so I can't make it out.

That does not happen on my system (Win XP, Wireshark 1.10.0). So please add some information about the involved versions/releases.

(08 Aug '13, 15:34) Kurt Knochner ♦
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