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I had similar problems a month ago while changing monitors, and mentioned this to the photoshop list but no-one else wrote in over there. I had made a new monitor profile via Adobe Gamma, starting with the old profile as the template. Changed some things, saved the profile to a new file name. Started PS (5.02!). In RGB setup, the old monitor profile name was listed (in your case, that was the sRGB default). Played around with deleting color preferences, removing old .icm files and so forth, to no avail. Finally, I realized that photoshop IS getting the new monitor profile, it is just that Adobe Gamma didn't change the (internal) label of the profile. [PS does show the modify date, but my new monitor icm file name was too long to see enough of the date (otherwise, i would have seen that PS was in fact getting the new profile).] Since I'm the type of person who later on would notice and get confused about an old label in a new file, I had to use a hex editor to change the label in my new monitor .icm file. Pretty kludgy...presumably that patch for 5.02 is newer than mine, so it may have fixed this problem, but the original 5.02 upgrade did NOT. Sorry for the off-topicness. -- -e jlipmanson wrote: > > Bill: > > Don't know if my description of the solution reached the list. Can't > remember seeing it. Think I'm getting punchy. Anyway, re-installing the > 5.02 patch with the NEW one (dated 1999, way after the first version I > had applied) the monitor profile shows in the compensation window where > it should if it's loaded. Came up immediately with the new patch. This > was a known bug, per the support base at Adobe. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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