Thanks Vincent, I really appreciate all the help. Yep, on a Mac for my woes (although that may change in the future, we’ll see). I’ve not even tried calibrating my Mac screen yet. I fully anticipate a full Santa’s sack of woes when it comes to that one.
With setings I mean the upper combo box, but better to wait or ask to Florian, DisplayCAL creator.
I would say “go manual” with single curve + black point compensation = on, but IDNK if he does someting else to simplify resulting profile to overcome macOS limitations.
If you need the profile to work in Apple apps like Preview, then the defaults should be used (the way they overcome macOS bugs is calibration whitepoint, white level, black level = as measured, calibration black point correction = 0%, profile type single curve + matrix, black point compensation enabled). DisplayCAL will warn you if you try to use something else.