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You should be able to set a default ICC profile for each display via Windows. I was able to achieve this using a Spyder Calibration Tool. Microsoft should be able to guide you through the process.
Hi, thanks for the answer!
I will try again, but Im pretty sure that I can profile each screen (Im using an i1 Display pro) but after doing that, I simply can´t "attach" permanently the profile to the right display, It just shows the last profile selected, meaning If I set "profile 1" to my main display, and then switch to the second one, "profile 1" will still be in action, even If I have created a spectific profile for my secondary display and viceversa.
Any help will be welcome, I did some research back then when I bought the colorimeter, and at that point some users commented that perhaps my graphic card could only support 1 profile at a time... But Im not 100% sure about that.
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Are system defaults also set to your profiles for each monitor,
You may also want to post a query on tenforums.com/
Hi, thanks for the tip!
Yes, I have indeed tried that, and when changing those setteings, they "stick" no matter in what display I set those... If I change those settings for my primary display, they remain active when switching to the ohter one...
The thing Is, when switching displays, they appear as two different (and selectable to mirror, expand or simply to pick one as your main one for example), but in the color managment, or in the i1 Diplay profiler software, are detected as one with the 1|2 appearing big if you click in "detect displays"...
Will try In the Tenforums you mentioned, but Im inclined to think that maybe Its has to be something related to my graphics card...