Leonard Evens wrote:
Apparently, when I ran dispwin -I xxxx.icc, it created a file ~/.config/color.jcnfwhich I presume will be consulted each time I run dispwin -L.
So when I start X by logging in, I could either just run dispwin -I xxxx.icc or dispwin -I xxxx.cal or xcalib xxxx.icc and dispwin -L Presently, I am doing the former.
Why ? The intention is that you would run dispwin -I whenever you create a new profile, and dispwin -L automatically on logging in.
Things are beginning to make sense to me again. But I am not satisfied with the profiles I've produced using dispcal -o. There is a distinct magenta tint to my grayscale test image, which I can't seem to get rid of. It may have to do with a failure to account for ambient light in the process, but when I do that, I get very large gammas, and, if I remember correctly, I still get the magenta tint.
Sorry, no idea without a lot more specific information (ie. exactly what profiles, what readings etc. Magenta compared to what ?). I've not seen such things myself. The only reports from others I recall like this ended up being due to faulty colorimeters. Graeme Gill.