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Environment, panel differences and panel decay. The environment affects the profile this can not be accounted for. The monitor panels themselves are different. Mainly because they change over time and they were slightly different to begin with. User settings may also be different, as you may be using different adjustments. So the downloaded profile is some ...


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Any monitor worth the buying price will have a basic ICC color profile which should be downloadable from the manufacturer's website. (True of any device that produces visual output, including printers.) Usually the profile comes on a CD, which seldom escapes from its sleeve, so that the profile never makes it onto the computer. Worse, an ICC profile for the ...


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The perception of color is determined by range of variable factors that a device manufacturer has no way of controlling (or even determining). This includes the lighting in the room where the display is being used, if there's any natural lighting the date and time will impact color perception, the actual power being delivered to the display, the rods and ...


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Very easy. Open any graphics editor (or, really, any program with a good colour picker). Input the colour you have and change the picker mode to HSV. Now grab the hue control and move it to the blue range. Change to hex mode again and read the new value. Some browsers will accept color: hsl(h, %, %) ( h= 0-360) It's possible to do the math with a pencil, ...



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