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    I just got a new 13" MacBook, and I love it, but the display tint is just a little too blue. Is there any way I can just reduce the blue channel, like you can on a regular LCD display? Perhaps a free/shareware program?

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    Go to your System Preferences, then to Displays, click on the Color tab... and then you can either try some the other profiles out to find one that suites you... or click calibrate to set your own.
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    I tried all of the ones listed, and I found one I like the best, but it just has a little too much blue. Can you adjust that manually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corysw
    I tried all of the ones listed, and I found one I like the best, but it just has a little too much blue. Can you adjust that manually?
    Your can calibrate your own... just make sure to click the "export mode" checkbox so you can really fine tune it.
    "If you had a friend who was a tightrope walker, and you were walking down a sidewalk, and he fell, that would be completely unacceptable." -Mitch Hedberg

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    I've tried that too, but usually it's actually worse than the ones they give you. There must be a way to just adjust the color levels...

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