I have a dual boot GNU-Linux/Windows system, with DisplayCal installed on both OS.
have two monitors running, a Dell U2417H and a Wacom Cintiq 13HD. The Cintiq calibration gives some strange results in Windows. In the uncalibrated display report, I get a slightly higher contrast of 200:1, which seems to be wrong, as the Cintiq specs advertised 700:1. Even though it’s an older display, it seems too low. On Linux, I get a slightly higher contrast of 700:1.
The results for the Dell, while not identical, are more similar, with notable differences in chromaticity.
On Linux I have Flatpack version 188.8.131.52. The Windows version is also 184.108.40.206. What is wrong?
Thanks, I hadn’t thought of that, and I’ve already had bad experiences with this issue. In Linux Mint (I’m now on Manjaro) I had a bash script at startup to force full range on my Dell, which oddly enough is connected via DisplayPort.
However, I can’t seem to force limited to full range with the graphics controls in Windows. There does seem to be a menu where I can choose between limited and full, but nothing happens on my screen, the measurements don’t change…. Any suggestions?
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