[clug] Colour management
sam at sam.today
Thu Jan 5 22:56:11 UTC 2017
On Fri, 2017-01-06 at 03:11 +1100, Bryan Kilgallin wrote:
> My PC runs Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Its monitor is a Lenovo ThinkVision
> L192p 19".
> I had thought the display a bit pink for my liking. So I want to
> recalibrate that.
> The Screen Display window has detected a Lenovo Group Limited 20"
> And the Device Colour Profiles window lists Lenovo Group Limited -
> L192p. Under "Calibration", is greyed-out "Uncalibrated".
I think the calibration needs a special calibration device. Maybe
GNOME greys out the button if you do not have a compatible device.
There is a "how do I calibrate my screen" section in GNOME Help, part
of the "color management" book.
latest blog post: https://learntemail.sam.today/blog/my-watch-runs-gnu
> More detail is provided for this LEN L192p device. But under
> "Calibration", "Not specified" is greyed-out. And the "Calibrate"
> is also greyed-out. Information for this LEN L192p device lists the
> Filename "edid-3104471e3020a08ad8fed175ab380a3b.icc". Which
> unfortunately I could not find by searching either the File System
> the Web!
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