macOS Catalina Pink Tint

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  • #20581

    Just calibrated my screen with a medium calibration speed in a room without ambient light, and I still get an orange hue.

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    #20585

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Still seems to be drifting, despite white level drift compensation. Try using whitepoint “As measured”.

    #20592

    Alright, I’ll give that a go later on, will keep you posted!

    #20596

    Okay, I calibrated with High speed and used whitepoint “As measured”, but the resulting profile has the same orange hue as the previous profiles.

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    #20600

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Okay, I calibrated with High speed and used whitepoint “As measured”

    The profile you attached still uses a 6500K calibration, so not as measured.

    #20601

    Oh sorry I confused White level and Whitepoint with each other, will try with Whitepoint as measured.

    #20602

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Keep white level as measured as well.

    #20603

    Okay, will do that too.

    #20612

    Alright, just calibrated with that on as measured as well, havent looked extensively yet, but so far the orange hue looks to be gone.

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