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Calibrated Monitor Issue


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Hello,

Yesterday I used datacolor's Spyder 3 Pro device to calibrate my macbook pro's monitor. Everything went perfectly until today, when I noticed a substantial difference between my image while being viewed in photoshop and quicklook. I already went into photoshop and adjusted the proof setup to ensure my images were being viewed with the new calibration (the change was minor).

Do y'all know what I can do to fix this?
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I do not believe that Preview (which is what quicklook runs) is color managed.

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