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  • #141157

    BSTNFNL
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    Still works for me, just ran a successful calibration and verification in Sonoma 14.4.1

    Only issue is that profiles won’t save. After completion, you have to locate the profile in the library folder, and move it to the ColorSync – profiles folder.

    #141160

    BB2020
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    Still works for me, just ran a successful calibration and verification in Sonoma 14.4.1

    Only issue is that profiles won’t save. After completion, you have to locate the profile in the library folder, and move it to the ColorSync – profiles folder.

    How did you install it and which version (of Python and DisplayCal?

    #141164

    brad
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    Hello,

    I followed the instructions in ‘How to Install’ at:

    https://github.com/eoyilmaz/displaycal-py3

    I got this error when running ‘make install’:

    source ./.venv/bin/activate; \
    
    pip install ./dist/DisplayCAL-3.9.12-*.whl --force-reinstall;
    
    WARNING: Requirement './dist/DisplayCAL-3.9.12-*.whl' looks like a filename, but the file does not exist
    
    ERROR: DisplayCAL-3.9.12-*.whl is not a valid wheel filename.
    
    make: *** [install] Error 1

    To fix the issue I opened the ‘Makefile’ in the root directory and changed this line from:

    pip install ./dist/DisplayCAL-$(VERSION)-*.whl --force-reinstall;

    to:

    pip install ./dist/DisplayCAL-0.0.0-cp312-cp312-macosx_14_0_arm64.whl --force-reinstall;

    With the file name being what I was able to locate in the ‘dist’ directory. Now when I run ‘make install’ DisplayCAL correctly installs and I run it using ‘make launch’ as per the documentation.

    Everything works as expected once running except for ‘Apply ICC Profile’ after doing a calibration. As per this thread it says to copy the ICC Profiles over manually.

    The ICC Profiles are located in:

    /Users/username/Library/Application Support/DisplayCAL/storage/

    The .icc files need to be copied to:

    /Users/username/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/

    They will now be accessible in macOS Display Settings and can be applied to the appropriate monitors.

    macOS Sonoma 14.4.1

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by brad.
    #141330

    tiemuer li
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    Thank you very much! I didn’t know how to figure out the process in Python until I noticed your clear and explicit instructions.

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