Easier-to-read Sky TV roll-out coming into effect from Tuesday
Tweaks that should make Sky TV easier to read are being rolled out from Tuesday.
The company left customers squinting at their TV sets after it introduced a new interface in November, which allowed users to stream online content to the sets.
Many users complained the new display was difficult to read and slow to respond, with some even threatening to cancel their subscription.
Several thousand customers then trialled a new version of the software, which tweaked the size, colour and boldness of on-screen text.
Sky spokeswoman Kirsty Way said all MySky customers who had received the original software would be receiving an update during the next few weeks, starting on Tuesday.
It would improve readability, with changes to the size of font, contrast and boldness, Way said.
"We're looking at a whole lot of ways to tweak that to make it easier on the eye."
More tweaks would be made down the track.