Just look on Apple’s website: Regardless whether I choose my monitor’s factory profile or “Adobe RGB “, colors still look too saturated, and gamma is too low dark shades are too bright. Believe me I’d love to go apple Cinema OS X recognized my monitor model and has factory profile for it, but I’m not sure if that’s appropriate profile. Post as a guest Name. Gaming Software and Graphics Cards.
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ChrisInEdmonton 7, 7 33 EepoSaurus Jul 11, Fake News, Faker Users hmscottAug 1,in forum: Dell’s went through 2 revisions since then and Apple zero. KLonsdale Nov 27, I was able to adjust gamma and temperature, but it doesn’t alter color saturation.
Dell 3008WFP doesn’t display boot menu on MacPro
Tom Lehman 1 8 I found this which may help: Email Required, but never shown. No, create an account now.
Mac Users Connecting to 3008WFP 30″ Dell?
Kornel 1, 1 11 It’s better than the ACD but only has like one input I think. It’s just that there’s only one 30″ monitor in existence that works with latest MacBooks without big-ass faulty adapter.
I’ve used Display Calibrations Assistant in Expert mode already, and it’s not enough. But what 30″ monitor mav a Mini DisplayPort input? I wonder if snow leopard will bring anytthing to the table, though I’ve not seen anything other than the default gamme shift as changing.
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As a general rule of thumb, if you don’t own any display calibration hardware you probably don’t need a wide-gamut display in the first place. Gamma and white point settings are not what I’m looking for I’ve set them already, but that doesn’t affect saturation of colors. Believe me I’d love to go apple Cinema