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*Mac OS 8.1 PS 5.02*
Calibrating the monitorcolor with adobe gamma is allright; but when I
restart my mac the setting seems to be forgotten: I get a standard
Mac-gray.
To get the right gamma setting, I have to change the monitor colors in
the control panels(from thousends to million, or million to thousands,
it doesn't matter what I choose). Only so my monitor is set into the
right gamma color.
What have I to do that the chosen gamma setting remains also after
restarting the mac?
BTW I had the same problem with the old gamma calibration in PS 4.

thanks

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is the adobe gamma controll panel in the controll panels folder?
If not i believe it should be.
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yes,adobe gamma is in the control panel.
The problemis, as I mentioned,that the gamma settings are not applied after restarting.
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