2017-09-14 at 5:03 #8859
I updated Chrome to version 61 and came across this issue as well. I reported it here: https://productforums.google
.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=footer#!msg/chrome/bWBDLFtbhEs/ixyERU8eBAAJ look at the last post as well.
My monitor is Dell U2412M. I use i1 Display Pro with DispcalGUI.
The description of ‘washed out colours’ are exactly as I experience it.
My question is: what can we do about it? if it’s not a DispcalGUI issue, is it a Chrome issue then? Aside from changing the Chrome flag to Disable, what is it that we can help to push for a decent resolution of this issue?2017-09-14 at 6:16 #8860
Here is my compressed archive:2017-09-14 at 12:02 #8862
Aside from changing the Chrome flag to Disable, what is it that we can help to push for a decent resolution of this issue?
Just be patient and wait for changes to manifest themselves in Chrome.2017-09-14 at 12:12 #8866
Will do, but are you so sure they’ll listen and implement changes? 🙂2017-09-26 at 14:14 #8994
Well, try this, it worked for me.
In address bar type: chrome://flags
Find “Color correct rendering”. Disable it.
PS Sorry, didn’t notice answer earlier. Good luck!
THANK YOU! Since this morning and after High Sierra Install and Google Chrome last update (Version 61.0.3163.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)) I had the same problem and your suggestion just fixed my issue!!!!
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2017-09-30 at 17:24 #9048
- This reply was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by GonzagueGB.
FWIW, when I tried generating ICC profile using an older version of DisplayCAL (220.127.116.11), the problem also disappears. When I reload ICC profiles created by version 18.104.22.168 (using Profile Loader of version 22.214.171.124), the problem appears.
Profile quality settings were the same for both cases (High, S XYZLUT + MTX).2017-10-01 at 2:11 #9052
Please don’t post incorrect or misleading information. The profile loader which deals solely with the loading of the 1D calibration curves from the associated display profiles has absolutely nothing to do with this Chrome issue at all.2017-10-01 at 8:35 #9057
Please don’t post incorrect or misleading information. The profile loader which deals solely with the loading of the 1D calibration curves from the associated display profiles has absolutely nothing to do with this Chrome issue at all.
My mistake, in my post above, “126.96.36.199” should read “188.8.131.52”. I agree that it’s not the profile loader, since the 184.108.40.206 profiles also result in banding when loaded by Windows Color Management.
Anyway, everything seems to be okay now with 220.127.116.11, whether using Profile Loader or Windows Color Management.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.2017-10-26 at 14:20 #9266
Hi guys, i have the same issue.
In version 61.x setting the flag “#enable-color-correc
t-rendering” to “disable” completely solved the problem for me.
In version 62.x this option has been removed and this problem is returned again. The new “#force-color-profile” flag does not solve this problem, it forces the common sRGB profile to be used by default, rather than the calibrated display profile. Maybe i’m wrong, but with this option, colors are identical to the colors of a non-calibrated monitor. This can be seen on gradients, in shadows and other details.
Firefox, IE, Edge, Vivaldi (not lastest version), graphics software and other work identically correct.
I understand that this is not DisplayCAL bug, but the chromium team says that this is a new feature and now chrome works correctly…
Maybe someone found a workaround for this problem or all that remains now is to change the browser to non-chromium based?2017-10-26 at 14:24 #9267
yeah, same issue here… I don’t think I can switch to a different browser. All my settings and bookmarks and chrome extensions are exactly as I need them. FF browser doesn’t have the extension I need for my daily work.2017-10-26 at 17:25 #9269
I found this issue in the Chromium bug tracker for version 62: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=7758862018-01-03 at 17:02 #9995
in Chrome 63 there is no “Color correct rendering” flag, but there is one called “Force color profile”.
Here this can be set to “Default”, “sRGB”, “Display P3 D65”, “Color spin with Gamma 2.4” or “scRGB linear (HDR where available)”.
For me the Default setting caused e.g. Google maps to show off colour green and blue, setting it to sRGB brought it in line with other browsers (Firefox, Opera).
(Kubuntu Linux 14.04, Lenovo LEN LT2423wC monitor)
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