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Can I Adjust Color Saturation in a Macbook Pro with Retina Display?

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I've just bought a 15-inch MPR and want to adjust-down the high-degree of screen color saturation. Can this be done?

I note in system preferences>display>color a number of color options, but I'm not sure if these have anything to do with color intensity.

Thank you.
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Hi arthurboehm,

     The steps you took System Preferences/Displays/Color is correct but you need to make sure one thing is done before you can manually adjust the settings. Please look at the picture:

Check this box
The next screen will look like this:
Next Screen
Now, you can adjust the settings by moving the points inside the boxes up and down for color saturation.

Hope this helps.

You definitely made the right choice when you bought the MBP with Retina and this quick article says why: http://cdtobie.wordpress.com/2012/06/18/color-gamut-of-retina-display-macbook-pro/
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Thanks so much, Macguy! If I have any further questions, I'll take the liberty of asking.
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