Mark MacKenzie wrote: > Okay, found the answer. I was putting the AdobeRGB1998.icc profile in > Argyll/bin when it > should have been in the main Argyll directory. DUH!! > > However, that does point out one of the pitfalls that non-terminal user MacOS > Lion people > like me will run into. So, having corrected that mistake, my first icc > profile is being made. I've done my best: (From http://www.argyllcms.com/doc/ArgyllDoc.html) "In order to make use of the tools, it is necessary to keep track of where various files are, and what they are called. There are many possible ways of doing this. One way is to put each source profile and all its associated files (test charts, spectrometer values etc.) in one set of directories for each source profile type. Similarly the device profiles could be stored in a hierarchy of directories ordered by device type, media, resolution, device mode etc. Naturally you will want to set your $PATH so that you can run the tools from whichever directory you are in, as well as specify any necessary directory paths for file arguments so that the tools are able to open them." + the pointers to command line tutorials. Graeme Gill.