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corethemes says

Hello everyone,

I have a quite big problem with my iMac. I use it exclusively for my work while resorting to my trusty PC for gaming. However, when I design using Photoshop, everything looks crisp and the colours look vibrant and nice.

When I move to my PC (and 99% of other displays) the colours appear dull and greyish… Is there anything I can do to adjust my iMac to resemble my PC display? Safe picking colours? Maybe a web service or something?

Help me please!!! :crying: Nikos

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kaaz says

Can you please post some screenshots,with colors you used

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UBLThemes says

Either your mac needs a screen calibrate or your other screens do.

Incase you need to

Heres a link.

But if you have a high end imac you should not need to do this.

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corethemes says

Hmmmm… Take for example my latest item, Aurora. The colours on my iMac appear crisp and intense, while on most PC screens appear washed out and dull.

Going to check out the links you sent, UBL , thank you.

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aleluja says

They are not dull on my monitor.

Maybe you find it dull coz u look at over-vibrant monitor all the time. Calibration is tricky.

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