nameerror: global name 'colormath' is not defined

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    Rafalopes (@rafalopes)
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    I ´m trying to calibrate a cm171 flanders but the following message appears: – nameerror: global name ‘colormath’ is not defined, – how to fix this problem?

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    #19247

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Hi, attach logs please.

    #19248

    Rafalopes (@rafalopes)
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    Ok.

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    #19250

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    Thanks, but I’d need the complete set of logs (click “Create compressed archive…” on the log window instead of “Save…”).

    #19259

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    I’m seeing in the above log you are forcing video output levels (16-235) in DisplayCAL. This will likely lead to double video scaling, because Resolve already outputs the correct levels. Use output levels “Auto” (or full range) in DisplayCAL.

    The other problem (“NameError”) should be fixed in DisplayCAL 3.8.5.

    #19277

    Rafalopes (@rafalopes)
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    Ok, let´s try again, sorry.

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    #19280

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    No worries. Thanks for reporting the error, it might have gone unnoticed otherwise, because it only affects a specific situation. Can you confirm the problem is fixed?

    #19298

    Rafalopes (@rafalopes)
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    Unfortunately not yet, now this message has appeared.

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    #19307

    Florian Höch (@fhoech)
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    That is probably a problem with the measurements, follow the Resolve guide in the Wiki and create a small profile to figure out if you need to increase the display update delay for Resolve.

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