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At least on my system (Win98, not SE), I did have a conflict because I had previously run Adobe Gamma (which installs the Adobe Gamma Loader in the Startup folder), and then used Wiziwyg to create a new monitor profile (which installed a Wiziwyg profile loader in the Startup folder.) I could actually see them start up as Windows started, one after the other. I think if you want to use the Wiziwyg profile, you need to go into your Windows/Start Menu/Programs/Startup folder and remove "Adobe Gamma Loader.exe". You also should not run the Adobe Gamma utility again, or the loader will be re-installed. Once you have coerced Windows into using the right monitor profile, it should show up in PhotoShop when you look at your Color Settings/ RGB Setup. If it doesn't, you may have a problem with old DLLs that need to be removed. There is an article on the Adobe Web site that explains this, but I keep forgetting to write down the document number. Gary Hunt <email@example.com> At 07:45 PM 12/6/1999 -0000, Dan Mitchell wrote: >I have jsut downloaded th PC version of WiziWYG and started with the Monitor >calibration. Now does thsi conflict with Adobe gamma from PS 5 ? -- and of >so should I "turn off" or remove Adobe gamma - and if so how do I do that ? > >I have always found Adobe Gamma difficult to use - I can never seem to get >the color patches to merge, but Wiziwyg is a lot easier to achieve this. >And finally once I get the monitor profile how do I ensure that it is the >one used ? Monitor is a CTX Trinitron 15" dan. - 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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