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How do you change your color space from RGB to srgb on the monitor? I'm using srgb in PS and I need it to match my monitor.

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For the life of me I can't find where to do this.
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Go to System Preferences as below -



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What awesome instruction BUT under Color mine only says:

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imac callibrated

nothing like yours with all the RGB option, etc.. I think we need to call apple care today and find out what is going?

anyone have an idea.

No wonder I was going crazy trying to figure this out!

THANK YOU!!!!!!!
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You need to reinstall your OS because mine has a TON of options.
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