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> Date: Thu, 30 Dec 1999 14:30:44 -0700 > From: "Donald A Schiemann" <DSCHIEMANN@prodigy.net> > Subject: RGB Setup > > What is the significance of the lower line in the Photoshop RGB Setup menu > entitled Monitor:? It can not be edited in this menu, and shows a different > selection (Adobe Monitor Profile) in my program than the one I select in the > top box entitled RGB: (my WiziWYG monitor profile). Should they not read > the same? Thanks. > Donald Donald, the lower line should be the monitor profile you made using adobe gamma control panel. It loads automatically after you use adobe gamma control panel and restart photoshop. The top box should NOT be your wiziwyg profile, but select one of the photoshop supplied choices. Picking "adobe rgb" is a safe bet. You must also check the "monitor compensation" box to view the file correctly on your monitor. Oops, I've just reread your post and you specified "wiziwyg monitor profile". That profile should be in the bottom, unajustable monitor line on the bottom. On a mac, if it's not there, go to the monitor and sound control panel and select you wiziwyg monitor profile from the list, restart photoshop and it should be there. Sorry, I don't know how you do this on a PC. Hope this helps and isn't too confusing. -bruce - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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