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NolenBrolen

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  1. Hi, thank you for the reply yes, I'm using windows with 2 monitors. I followed your instructions but it turned out that neither of my monitors had a profile attached to them. When I went to the advanced settings they were all already set to the ones you recommend in the screenshot. I double & triple checked everything to the letter. The white being shown as creamy yellow issue persists :( If you have any other clue of what could cause it, please let me know. P.S. I tried to attach screenshots but it didn't work
  2. Hi, I'm trying out the Affinity Photo 10-day tutorial and wanted to work on some projects to familiarize myself with the software. Now, when I want to make anything white it appears as a creamy yellow rather than actual white which frustrates me to death. When I export it I do get the actual color white. But I would like to preview how my image looks while i'm actually editing it. What I've Tried: - Reboot PC after installing Affinity Photos - import PSD to get the desired color profile that shows white... as white - set my Preferences > color profiles to sRBG as suggested in many forums (which you can see in the screenshot). - Open new tabs where I also set the color profile to sRGB All of this has only managed to get my Navigator to display white as actual white. If anyone could help me out on this one I would greatly appreciate it! Thanks in advance Affinity Photos enthusiast, NolenBrolen
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