Did you go to the Colorsync Profiles folder in the System folder and trash the old profiles? Make sure you nab those "Display Profiles" as well. I have found that on my iBook, the screen doesn't really adjust all that well. I can get pretty darn good colour matching on my desktop (CRT's) but that pesky LCD screen just cannot be made to work, beyond getting the colour tempertaure about right. I just tend to use the iBook profile supplied with the system software.<br><br>John<br><br>
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