That's cool, thanks. Out of curiosity, my main PC is at the repair shop
for now and I'm using an old laptop with Win 7 on it, the PC is running
Win 10, so I wonder if this can be done on either version or even others?
Le 11/26/2018 à 3:18 AM, Alexey Gribunin a écrit :
On 24/11/2018 18:38, Alan Goldhammer (Redacted sender agoldhammer for DMARC) wrote:
> ...You can go back to using i1 Studio if you want by just reverting to the X-Rite driver.
I'm using the following trick.
Windows allows to install different drivers for different USB ports (lets say, XRite and Argyll drivers). And it remember this choice.
I have two USB ports on front panel. And if I need to use i1 in XRite software, I use port 1.
If I need use i1 in ArgyllCMS, I'm just switching USB cable from one port to another.
Alexey Gribunin, UNIT Color Technologies, Moscow, Russia.