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iBook Screen Calibration File?


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Hi Everyone!

I have been lurking here for a while, and you guys are great! I have a question, if you don't mind.

I have an iBook G4, and I LOVE it. Now that I am switched, I can't and don't use anything else, when I have any say in the matter.

I am struggling with the screen calibration (Display Profile) thing. It seems like when I see pictures of the iBook and when other people talk about it, the screen is supposed to be vibrant and rich with color. Mine doesn't seem this way, and I think it is because I can't get the calibration just right.

To the point, would anyone who thinks they have their iBook G4 screen very well calibrated be willing to post their calibration profile here? I would be eternally grateful!

Thanks in advance!
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what kind of calibration are you needing? print, web, other? in the display system preferences, does it have a section called color where you can calibrate it?
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what kind of calibration are you needing? print, web, other? in the display system preferences, does it have a section called color where you can calibrate it?
Hey Macman,

Sorry I just noticed your reply.

I was looking for the calibration file that is found in the 'Color' part of the 'Display' control panel. While I can use the 'Calibrate' button that is there, I can't seem to get it just right.

So if anyone has a well calibrated 12" iBook (or something like that I think), I would love to have your screen calibration file.

Thanks!
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