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MacBook :: Color Profile - How To Upload A Color ProfileJul 13, 2009
I have a 2GHz unibody Macbook. I don't know how to figure out my color profile but I thought this a bit.
I compared my color to my friend's iMac and I noticed his colors were more bright and deep. Is there any way I can upload another color profile and make it look better?
Hardware :: Color Calibrating Monitor Using Color Meter - How To Use Color Meter And Save Color ProfileFeb 20, 2009
before switching to Mac, I used an 'X-Rite Eye One Display 2' color meter device with software. You can find them most places like Amazon for about $150. The device should still work, but I can't find any software for it for the Mac. After going to the X-Rite web site, I could find no software at all for the Mac as it is only windows based.
Surely someone out there has used a color meter such as this one as they are quite popular especially for graphics artists that use professional graphic monitors. I am hoping someone can tell me how to use my color meter (USB), what software for Mac Leopard I need and how to save the color profile in the Mac OS.
MacBook Pro :: Can't Change Color Profile On New MBPJul 24, 2009
I just purchased a new 15' MBP... have been searching for some color profiles, and downloaded a few found here.
However, when I go into my display file and switch between profiles, nothing changes. Also, when I click on different profiles, I get that 'bong' sound when I hit the mouse.
MacBook Pro :: Color Profile Was Really Off After Re-install?Aug 28, 2009
This might be a stupid/silly question, but I'm going to go ahead and ask anyways since it's been bugging me all day.Brand new MBP 13', used the stock 250GB HD for a couple days but decided to get a bigger 7200RPM drive. So I know what the screen looked like with the initial factory install of OS X. Fast forward to later this afternoon after I put in the new drive. I re-installed the OS using a retail copy of Leopard instead of the bundled discs for the 13', and after everything was booted up I noticed the color profile was really off. Colors weren't as vibrant as before, and everything just looked so washed out. I noticed it right away, but did all the system updates to 10.5.8 hoping it was just a glitch. After a restart the colors was still off, and I verified via System Profile to make sure the GPU is being recognized etc.
Convinced myself to re-install this time using the discs that came with the MBP.After everything is installed, the color tones are back; much more vibrant colors and no longer looked washed out.So I guess my question is, is the retail copy of Leopard not installing the correct color profiles? If I was to do a fresh install of SL tomorrow would something similar happen (guess we'll have to wait until tomorrow I guess).
MacBook Pro :: Keeps Forgetting Color ProfileSep 5, 2009
My MacBook Pro is connected to the LED Cinema Display. Every time it wakes from sleep, or sometimes after screensaver, it forgets the colour profile. I have to go system preferences and click display and then it automatically uses the correct profile. This happens on both the LED display and the MacBook screen. I am running Snow Leopard, and I don't think I had this issue before upgrading. I googled and found one thread on a different forum about the exact same issue, but no answer. [URL:....] Interestingly it was posted before Snow Leopard.
MacBook :: How To Use The Same Color Profile On Win7Nov 15, 2009
I have an unibody MacBook I'm wondering if it is possible to use the same color profile that I have on Snow Leopard when I boot into win 7? (the current default color profile on win 7 is terrible!)
MacBook Pro :: Making Color Profile For 9c98?Mar 17, 2009
anyone one know how to do it
MacBook Pro :: How To Restore Default Color LCD ProfileMay 9, 2010
how to restore the default Color LCD profile for a mbp 15' Glossy Hi-Res? I was messing around with mine trying to get rid of the purplish hue to all Blues and overwritten the default one. I'd rather not have to do a re-install and my Time Machine backup is of my old mbp (so different panel).
MacBook Pro :: Display Color Profile Is Too SaturatedFeb 20, 2012
I have an early 2011 Macbook Pro, the higher end model with Snow Leopard. Before that i had a late 2008 unibody aluminum Macbook with Leopard. As soon as i started using my 2011 MBP i noticed the screen tone was much warmer than on my 2008 Macbook. all the colors look over saturated. i tried to change the color profiles, and the calibration tool, but it still looks horrible. i will try to post a picture showing both screens side by side so you can see what has been bothering me for a whole year now!
Info:MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
MacBook Pro :: Wakes From Sleep/screen Saver With Different Color Profile?Dec 26, 2009
I've been experiencing this issue off and on for about the past 10 months. I just upgraded to Snow Leopard tonight and the first time my Unibody MBP's screen saver came on and I got it back to the desktop the entire tint of the screen is intensely cooler. I have to go to Preferences>Display>Color and it automatically goes back to normal. The original 'Color LCD' is highlighted, so it's not as if an entirely different profile got selected. If I click on Adobe RGB (1998) I get the exact same cool tint that I get when I unlock after the screen saver appears. Once again, it doesn't happen every time, but it does happen enough to sort of worry me.
OS X :: How Can I Rename A Icc Color ProfileJan 30, 2007
How can I rename a .icc color profile in OS X
I used my Pantone Huey to calibrate bith my main display and my secondary (just switched primary display between the two machine)
Everything worked great but I have 2 profiles that have the exact same name.
I can open up the .icc and do a save as but that just changes the file name not the name displayed in sytem preferences
Windows On Mac :: How Do I Get My LCD Color Profile Over To XPMay 8, 2008
I installed XP through Boot Camp and the default color profile used just looks like crap. It's really washed out with dull colors and nothing like it is with Leopard loaded. What's the best way to fix that outside of using a monitor calibrator? I tried grabbing some pre-made color profiles off here to use since some of them had a Windows version with the Mac but I went into the color profiles tab in Windows to try and install the profile and when I selected to use it it didn't seem to change anything. I've never changed the LCD color profile in Windows before. Can anyone tell me how you did it?
OS X :: Does Anyone Actually Use The Default Color LCD ProfileFeb 26, 2009
Or do you all calibrate your screens?
Why or why not?
OS X :: 10.6 Color Profile Improvement
Download Late 2016 Macbook Pro Color Profile UserAug 28, 2009
Just finished the install and I am wowed by the color of my screen. I had been using a custom calibrated profile in Leopard. Snow Leopard defaulted it back and it is MUCH better than what I had. I tested my 'calibrated' profile and it is god awful now.
Anyone else experience a major improvement in color after the upgrade? What could the explanation be for this?
OS X :: Finding Color Display Profile To UseFeb 18, 2010
under system preferences> display> color, what display profile do you use, adobe RGB, apple RGB, PAL/SECAM?
OS X V10.7 Lion :: After Updating To 10.7.4, Second Monitor Lost Its Color Profile?May 24, 2012
Is Apple aware - how can I inform them of my issue - do I have to wait months and months till 10.7.5 comes out, for a solution?
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)
Applications :: Color Profile Chioces In Image Capture Or Other In Mac Osx Snow Leopard?Oct 31, 2010
I tried image capture combined with newly downloaded snowleopard drivers for my epson perfection 4490 scanner. Does image capture or other app built into snowleopard have color profile choices? I did not see any color profile options in the details view of image capture. All I see are millions or billions of color for the color options.
I use AdobeRGB & sRGB color profiles for my scans.
MacBook :: Macbook Color Profile ?Nov 14, 2009
I just bought a Macbook from my cousin yesterday. It's in great shape and not very old, which is why I bought it. It's amazing how addictive it is, I've been PC person forever.
I immediately brought it home and installed all my programs, set a desktop photo, and opened photoshop. The coloring on my photos is off. I've tried using Supercal, and calibrating using the tool in the profiles, but I can't figure this out for anything. Being new to MAC, I'm just confused---
I use Firefox for my browser. The colors are perfect in it. When I change my profile and get it to somewhat make my photos look right (or like they did in my PC. All the photos seem to have like an orangey-yellowish look to them, not majorly, but editing photos isn't going to work with it like that.), then I open Firefox and my coloring is completely off on websites.
OS X V10.7 Lion :: Create A New Profile And Basically Move All Documents Over To The New Established Profile?Apr 19, 2012
I've mitigated my profile from my older iMini to my new iMini. Everything worked out fine but I've noticed that [on the new imini] I have to input my password twice. Once I log on and input my password, my profile comes up and ask me again to input the password. I also have a unsecured startup deice/item (display) message displayed once the system comes up. Can I create a new profile and basically move all my documents over to the new established profile.
Mac mini (Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3), ..
OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Move Profile Data To New Profile?Apr 5, 2012
my system fonts are jacked up and fill in lines in Safari are not readable as the text is bigger than the fil in window. Also my laptop is running harder, hotter and the battery life is less than half of what it should be. I also get text overlap line to line sometimes in Safari.
I have restored my OS with a clean install and then recovered my profile from Time Machine, this is how I discovered its my profile. I added a clean profile the first time I rebuilt the mac and it ran much faster, with less hardware usage and longer battery life. Once I began to recover my profile the system was same as always slow with Safari issues mentionee earlier. I switched to the temp user account profile and the system is fast no Safari issues and less intensive activity going on, battery life good etc.
If I rebuild the mac again I am not able to recover the profile/account without issues, I would like to move just what I need to a new profile/account from Time Machine but it doesn't allow access to the original admin account for a selective restore. I would like to be much more granular about the restore and just move my documents and such. I don't want to recover the applications or application data at this point as I don't need it. I would rather re-install just the apps I need at this time. Other option would be to clean my account/profile so that it runs as it should or move everything I want (mostly documents) to a new profile for improved use.
Macbook book pro 17, Mac OS X (10.6.8), FCP7
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MacBook :: Customized - Change Color Logo To Apple Classic ColorJul 16, 2009
i really want to customize my macbook. i want to change the color logo to apple classic color. (but not for a while) the main thing i want to do is something like this [URL] the second picture to last. the guy with a suit and a hat, being covered with the apple logo. i want something like that, only not that image. you get the idea though. where can i get something like this? are they stickers as well? or are they laser engraved? i do not want it permanent on my macbook, since i get easily bored with the same look
Mac OS X Lion Server :: Migrate Local User Profile To Active Directory User ProfileMar 22, 2012
I have Macmini 2.1 2007 year
After install 4 GB RAM (work only 3 GB) i install MAC OS X 10.7.3
Now i joined Macmini to Domain Active Directory 2008 R2. Joined via standard tools.
Macmini have a local user.
How i can migrate all settings, all data local user to Domain user?
When i used MAC OS X 10.6.8 i can joined to Domain via Likewise Open, and after i can use Likewise tools for migrate.
But now, in MAC OS X 10.7.3 i can't joined to domain via Likewise... and use migrate tools.
Mac Pro :: 2009 Nehalem, 2 23' ACD System Preferences Color Only Adjusts One Monitors ColorJan 19, 2010
I have an 09 Mac Pro Nehalem, with nvida gt120 graphics card running 10.6.2 with the latest mac pro 1.4 efi and two 23 inch Apple cinema displays (the older DVI kind)
I go into system preferences>displays>color and try to adjust color on my monitors but selecting different color settings on either monitor only affects ONE monitor, the other monitor is essentially stuck at whatever color setting it is set to.
OS X Mavericks :: Upper Strip Of Desktop Shows In Same Color As Screen Color Instead Of Being White?Jun 2, 2014
When starting the iMac in the mornings, the upper strip of the desktop appears in the screen color instead of white. What could this be?
iMac, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
Applications :: When Changing Font Color - Shows Every Color Except For BlackAug 3, 2010
I installed iwork 08 and everytime i type the letters come in white. I tried changing the color font and everytime i try putting black it always comes up white but when i do it dark blue for example it shows dark blue, it shows every color except for black.
MacBook Pro :: Move Pictures From One Profile On To Another
2016 Macbook Pro ReleaseApr 14, 2012
how do i move pictures on my macbook pro from one profile to another
Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.5)
MacBook Pro :: USB 3.0 Not Working After Profile Migration?Jun 25, 2012
I just bought the new MBP with USB 3.0 and once the installation is fresh my USB 3.0 Lacie Minimus HDD connects at a speed of up to 5Gb/s (as in System Report) and disk speed shows transfer at around 73MB/s. However, once I migrate my data from iMac (mid 2011) the new MBP changes the link speed to up to 480 Mb/s and the disk speed drops to 23MB/s.
MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
MacBook Pro :: Did Not Use Admin Profile To Upgrade OSDec 6, 2014
I did not use my admin profile to upgrade my OS. I used my work profile to upgrade. When I go back to my admin profile, the OS download icon is still there in my launchpad and says paused. I would like to remove it, how do I do that?
MacBook Pro :: Missing Profile - How To Find Its Path
2016 Macbook Pro SpecsJan 14, 2011
Macbook Pro 2016 Weight
Has anyone seen my .profile file? It had lots of paths in it, aliases and vars, so stuff just works not now.
Seriously, it is a big problem and I didn't expect this from a 5 month old MBP. Has this happened to anyone? Is there a way to recover? I was used to this sort on Windows and that was completely understandable on that platform. Please tell me Mac is not same as PC only nicer box.