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    alexdaciuk (@alexdaciuk)
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    Hello!

    I’m trying to calibrate my 2018 Dell Latitude 7375 with my ColorMunki Display

    I’m running Arch Linux with DisplayCal 3.8.0.0 and ArgylCMS 2.1.0

    Settings are sRGB preset (attached screenshots of settings just for good measure)

    After the calibration, the information windows says that maximum deltaE is around 7, and that’s quite high, so I run a verification with a large verification chart (attached the verification HTML) and find a lot of colors that are have quite high deltaE (3.70, 4.9 and even 6)

    This colorimeter is less than 2 years old and works quite well in my desktop screen (getting maximum deltaE less that 2)

    Any ideas? Is there anything I can change to get better results?

    Cheers

    Alex

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    Vincent (@vincent)
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    Look at gamma plot, it’s werid (even from profile info)… maybe you have some kind of auto dimming in your screen although IDNK how to check it in Linux.
    If you find it and disable it, you’ll have to repeat calibration from the start.

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    alexdaciuk (@alexdaciuk)
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    Look at gamma plot, it’s werid (even from profile info)… maybe you have some kind of auto dimming in your screen although IDNK how to check it in Linux.
    If you find it and disable it, you’ll have to repeat calibration from the start.

    In theory I have auto dimming disabled when on AC Power ( and I calibrate on AC Power), gonna double check that

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