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I got fed up with the default colorsync profile on my iBook. Everything looked washed out, so I decided to expiriment a bit. In my opinion this profile makes the display alot crisper, and colors seem more vibrant.

It's not perfect but it's a start. If anyone would like to share their own profiles, for people like me who are less than satisfied with their current settings, please, share.

Rename file extension from .zip to .icc and place in library/colorsync/profiles/displays folder. Then select it in display preference pane.
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File Type: zip iBook custom 1.zip (2.2 KB, 14 views)
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i couldn't open the file...

I've been playing round with the coloursync profiles a bit too, not much luck yet though!
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