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How to remove list of Display calibrations?

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Was wondering how I can remove/delete my various 17" dislpay calibration settings/names from my long list when I'm in display preferences? Don't know how to do this...

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using G5, 1.8, 2 x 17" displays - OS 10.3.9
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here's the answer

The profiles are in ~/Library/ColorSync/Profiles or /Library/ColorSync/Profiles if shared with all users.
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