DisplayCAL hanging at Whitepoint level window.

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  • #15891

    Vlinni
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    Hello,

    Upon clicking “Calibrate & profile”, the “Whitepoint/White level” window pops up and hangs with the message: “Weberver waiting at http://10.0.0.7:8080/”.

    Stays showing this message indefinitely until I close the window and it gives an aborting message.

    DisplayCal 3.7.1.4

    #15953

    Vlinni
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    How do I fix this?

    #16004

    Florian Höch
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    There’s nothing to fix. This is intended. Why are you using the web interface?

    #16026

    Vlinni
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    I’m not using the web interface.

    The message appears in the first pop-up window after clicking the  “Calibrate & profile” button.

    The window which pops up has the title: “Interactive display adjustment”.

    The window stays up indefinitely and the “start measurement” is deselected and not selectable as is the “continue to calibration”

    Please see the attached image.

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    #16032

    Florian Höch
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    I’m not using the web interface.

    Yes you are. “Web @ localhost” is the web interface. If you don’t want to use it, why are you using it?

    #16047

    Vlinni
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    Well, perhaps I should say, “I am not aware that I am using it as I started  the program and did not access any browser”.

    If I am using it; how do I stop?

    All I am doing is starting the program and clicking on Calibrate (as stated in more detail before).

    #16056

    Florian Höch
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    Select your actual display on the “Display & instrument” tab.

    #16109

    Vlinni
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    Ah, sorry about that.

    Thank you.

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