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brightness. I know that I found one awhile back but didn't bookmark it. Does anyone know the name of it? I am using PS and my imagines and my monitor is still to bright and the prints don't match the lab prints. (monitor is calibrated). This was a free program that didn't change any colors other than beyond what the controls on the keyboard allows you to adjust.

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found it, it is called Shades
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Use Shades truly great, you won't even know its there, and it offers really minute yet really drastic brightness control.

Edir: jringuist himself beat me to the punch

I recommend this program for everyone using an iMac screen.
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