Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2003/01/02

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Subject: Re: [Leica] OT -- best way to calibrate color for LCD screen.
From: "Robert G. Stevens" <>
Date: Fri, 03 Jan 2003 01:17:26 -0400


Go into control panel and open the display properties.  From there select 
advanced from the display properties settings tab.  In advanced, you might 
have a gamma tab. Some video cards allow you to adjust the gamma and colour 
balance from there.  If there isn't anything there, you are probably out of 

BTW, Adobe Gamma does not work with LCD screens.



At 06:09 PM 1/2/2003 -0800, Henry Ting wrote:

>Bought a new Sony Vaio Laptop that comes with a
>gorgeous 16" LCD screen. However, while it's high-res
>is stunning its color is off. I can adjust it within
>Photoshop, but working under Window XP Pro the color
>calibration options are limited. Is there anyway
>around this limitation? Since the LCD screen does not
>allow tweaking other than "brightness", is there any
>software on top of XP Pro to overcome this
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