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MacOS Mountain Lion, Epson, Spyder, et al?

bkinthebay

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"RE: MacOS Mountain Lion, Epson, Spyder, et al?"

bkinthebay Registered since 27th Feb 2010
Thu 03-Jan-13 11:35 AM | edited Thu 03-Jan-13 11:36 AM by bkinthebay

Dear Ed,

Here is the workaround from datacolor:

"
1) Before launching Spyder software, set the monitor profile of the main monitor to the profile named “sRGB IEC61966-2.1”.
2) Launch Spyder software
a. If you are going to calibrate both monitors
i. Calibrate the secondary monitor first
ii. Then calibrate the main monitor
iii. Quit Spyder software
b. If you are going to calibrate only one monitor
i. Calibrate that monitor
ii. Quit Spyder software
iii. If you calibrated the secondary monitor then reset the profile of the main monitor to the correct profile (instead of “sRGB”)"

You have to do this each time, recalibration does not work properly...


Cheers,
Bernard.

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