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Calibration Hi, I'm temporarily using the L1750S for working with design softwares (Illustrator, Photoshop, etc). However the colors and contrast on my screen are way too vivid (an eyesore to be precise). Apart from the default settings, is there a way to optimise the display settings?

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  • ajay30 Oct 18, 2007

    Yes, I've tried adobe gamma but it does'nt help. Gamma tells me to turn my contrast way up and then adjust the grays. This turns my monitor into an even bigger eyesore. It does'nt work the way i normally do it on a CRT.

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Have you tried adjusting the "Adobe Gamma" via the setup from your control panel?

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