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I know I've changed the desktop font color before, but that may have been with an older KDE version, and I can't seem to find that option in the KDE control panel any longer. Using KDE 3.3.2 from Debian unstable.
There it is ! Thanks, that has got to be the only place I didn't check.
Sometimes the simple things are the most frustrating.
Man, this was driving me crazy today! I was trying to chage the desktop font on KDE 3.5.10 for this Slax CD I'm running. So let me add my thanks to those who answered four years ago, and thanks to Mr. Google for helping me find this. Glad to note that this is a LOT easier to find in KDE4! (But I still love KDE3).