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weird PS CS6 issue. tried searching but i cant find an answer...

 
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Oct 04, 2012 17:05 |  #1

i dont know whats going on when i open up cs6... once the application launches to whole screen temp looks cooler/more blue. when i close the program it goes back to normal. i did not have this issue with cs5.

ive uninstalled it and reinstalled it. and it seemed to be ok the first few timees i opened it and now its doing it again. its annoying bc its throws off my white balance significantly. the first time this happened an error popped up saying something about color profile. after reinstall it doesnt say that but its doing it again

dont know if it makes a difference but im using a 2.5 quad core 17" macbook pro with 16gb of ram.

is there a setting thats different or is my graphics doing something its not supposed to?




  
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Oct 04, 2012 17:32 |  #2

Do you use dual displays at all - the MBP display and an external display? Have you recalibrated and profiled your MBP display since you received the error and started having these issues?

Also - check your OpenGL settings in PS. Try disabling OpenGL support in PS to see if that changes anything.

Also - what are your color settings in PS - can you post a screenshot of them?

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Oct 04, 2012 18:52 |  #3

yeah i can try to do all that. im not using dual displays or an external. i didnt think the color space or color settings would be the issue bc i thought it only affects the post and proof of my photos... not my whole lcd.

it seems to do it randomly. when i created the thread i restarted my computer and it was fine after that. i left work and came home and start PS back up and the problem came back. restarted my computer and its fine now. open gl i can see possibly doing this... but i dont see how the color profiles would since its random and my whole lcd




  
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Oct 05, 2012 04:54 |  #4

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Oct 07, 2012 15:55 |  #5

wow... cool thanks.

i just unchecked the box and my lcd is now the cooler more blue temp. when i check the box its warmer

i guess ill leave it unchecked




  
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Oct 07, 2012 16:13 |  #6

Leave the box unchecked and recalibrate/profile your display for the graphics card not the crap intel processor.

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