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    Manat Khamphant (@manat)
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    My calibration gets wried. anyone know how to fix?

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    #19823

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Make sure you disable any “dynamic” features of your display (dynamic dimming/contrast/backlight, energy saving, “Night mode” etc).

    #19845

    ICQ34791919 (@icq34791919)
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    Are you use SpyderX pro?
    it think you are same this problem with me.

    My software use  displaycal 3.8.5  ArgyllCMS 2.1.1 , My laptop is MacbookPro 15 this result in same laptop and same osx.

    If i calibration with spyderxPro it’s same problem with this topic.

    If i switch to spyderxPro with official software color back to normal.

    If i calibration with i1-Display Pro  everything fine color correct.

    I try to measure after calibration with i1-DisplayPro and SpyderXPro  this result in a attach file.

    I try to change to calibration with windows10 but same result.

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    #19952

    Manat Khamphant (@manat)
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    Yep, I call my friend yo use i1-Display and it’s work gorgeous.
    But, My spyderX Pro get this result.

    #19963

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Are you doing the SpyderX black calibration correctly? You need to take the instrument off the screen when asked, attach the cap (it makes a clicking sound when it’s firmly shut), do the black calibration, then re-attach the SpyderX to the screen and continue.

    #19967

    Manat Khamphant (@manat)
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    OH!!!!  It’s work!!!!! Thank you!!!!

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