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  • #139101

    BSTNFNL
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    Hello,

    I have noticed the latest build of DisplayCal won’t run on Mac OS Sonoma.

    Has anyone found a workaround? Any advice highly appreciated.

    #139102

    BSTNFNL
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    Edit, found this, but the installation process is above my pay grade! Has anyone found a walkthrough on the python installer?
    https://github.com/eoyilmaz/displaycal-py3
    https://pypi.org/project/DisplayCAL/#files

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by BSTNFNL.
    #139104

    BSTNFNL
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    Walkthrough found here
    https://packaging.python.org/installing/
    after enabling Python, run the command:

    “python3 -m pip install “DisplayCAL”

    #139105

    Plainjane
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    I am trying to figure this out now too. I read something similar about running it through Python 3 but no clue where to start or even understand the instructions at the link.

    #139106

    BSTNFNL
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    It was intimidating, but actually pretty easy. Python packages basically install themselves in terminal, if you know how to run terminal on OS X.

    Download the package to your downloads folder.
    https://pypi.org/project/DisplayCAL/#files

    In terminal type:
    python3 –version
    (This to make sure you have Python on the Mac already)

    Then in terminal type:
    python3 -m pip –version

    (To check this version too)

    Then to install DisplayCAL run this in terminal:
    python3 -m pip install ./downloads/DisplayCAL-3.9.11.tar.gz
    (see this points to the package you downloaded to your downloads folder)

    Then, locate the DisplayCAL-3.9.11 folder. In there, find the folder named scripts, and click DisplayCAL

    One note. There was an issue with Argyll running on the M silicon Macs. So you might have to find the correct Argyll version. I had that already as my Displaycal worked fine, it just stopped working after upgrading to Sonoma.

    I am calibrating as I type. Running flawlessly.

    #139107

    BSTNFNL
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    Actually had an issue saving the profile, will try again later and update.

    #139109

    Vincent
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    Were any of you able to perform a measurement report with python 3 port?  a functional one i mean, without all errors to go to 0.

    #139114

    BSTNFNL
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    You are correct, I am getting the same results. Still not able to save either, sudo error.

    #139133

    Plainjane
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    I followed your directions. Thank you!! And got the same error you did. In the pop up screen prior, I selected to install it only for my user (first choice) instead of system wide (bottom choice) and now have it completely installed. I had another hiccup when it asked me to select the Displaycal application. I hit cancel and just continued onward. Did a restart and then now it’s working perfectly.

    #139369

    Curtis
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    I followed these instructions to the letter and it still did not work.

    The error I got back when I ran the displayCAL from the scripts folders was that it needed python 3.8 and on my system it found 3.12.0

    RuntimeError: Need Python version >= 3.8 <= 3.11, got 3.12.0

    So I downgraded python to 3.8 and then got another error:

    Traceback (most recent call last):

    File “/Users/fuzegraphics/Downloads/DisplayCAL-3.9.11/scripts/displaycal”, line 4, in <module>

    from DisplayCAL.main import main

    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘DisplayCAL’

    Has anybody managed to get DisplayCAL to work with Sonoma yet?

    #139371

    Curtis
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    I also went back and tried it through Mojave and got the same error message. (DisplayCAL3.8.9.3 & Argyll 3.0.1)

    It sees the DTP94 no problem (both on Mojave and Sonoma) as it appears and disappears in the instrument selector when I plug it in or unplug it. But it won’t access it when it needs to.

    #139372

    Plainjane
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    It’s working for me on Sonoma using these exact steps on this thread. I am using a spyder x to calibrate. Did you enable your calibration device inside displaycal? It’s in one of the dropdown menus, I can’t remember which one without going to look but once enabled, restart and you should be good to go.

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    #139373

    Curtis
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    My DTP94 shows up under the device drop down menu (and disappears when I disconnect it). So I know it can see the device.

    I have the exact same problem with the newest version of the software (DisplayCal and ArgyllCMS) under Mojave as well.

    I’ve tried all the different settings and it’s always the same error.

    #139374

    Plainjane
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    That’s a good sign, although you have to make sure you enable the device in displaycal settings. I’ll pop on my computer in a bit a check which settings it is. Also make sure the device is plugged directly into the computer and not a usb hub.

    • This reply was modified 6 months ago by Plainjane.
    #139378

    Vincent
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    I followed these instructions to the letter and it still did not work.

    The error I got back when I ran the displayCAL from the scripts folders was that it needed python 3.8 and on my system it found 3.12.0

    RuntimeError: Need Python version >= 3.8 <= 3.11, got 3.12.0

    So I downgraded python to 3.8 and then got another error:

    Traceback (most recent call last):

    File “/Users/fuzegraphics/Downloads/DisplayCAL-3.9.11/scripts/displaycal”, line 4, in <module>

    from DisplayCAL.main import main

    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘DisplayCAL’

    Has anybody managed to get DisplayCAL to work with Sonoma yet?

    Install .11 in brew.

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