Michael Nagel wrote: > It does not do anything. Running just "verify" returns "VERIFY is off". You're not running argyll verify, you're running something else. > Btw, I also tried running these command inside the bin directory of the > Argyll folder, same result. I've read the verify tool documentation, I seem > to be doing everything by the book. Try specifying the path to the executable explicitly, ie. in the bin directory use: .\verify blah blah. [Hmm. looks like MSWin CMD shell has a "verify" command built in. I'm not sure if that will be used after or before something in your path. I use a cygwin shell on MSWin, so haven't noticed this.] Graeme Gill.