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  1. no this is a clients machine not my own, my own uses a very high end calibrated system . This was info for clients who have this issue there a massive difference in affinity you can see it a mile off the colour sliders are massively muted doing as i suggested in the images sorts it out . Not many people go to the expense of a calibrated screen mores the pity.
  2. Yup i am aware, take it as red as a colour management person of over 30 years (before ICC was a thing) i do know . this was for info for others that come across this issue and how to fix it cheers for the suggestions however
  3. Yes I did , tried with system default and also use my setttings else it wont let you pick an alternate
  4. Also altered that setting to use a variety of profiles none worked. only changing it here did . Cheers though .
  5. Yes i can see its different just wondering why as adobe colour management has worked well for many years also corel draw etc are not effected by this, Colour management is my job and this problem only seems to arise with certain on board graphics as ive noticed so far. ken
  6. Sorted , It sems to be the default settings in colour management in windows not the profile associated with the monitor but the system defaults , when its changed to srgb default for devices it works. Weird how this only seems to effect affinity and not adobe products .
  7. Im afriad not I tried that already im into colour management as a career so it was one of the first things, However it IS something to do with monitors and drivers as ive fixed it on other pcs before by messing with the driver settings. However it only effects affinity not photoshop or illustrator which work 100% fine.
  8. Ive helped a few clients with this and not got to the bottom however on certain windows PC's with various graphics cards, the colours on the sliders are all MUTED the red for example looks pink on screen. ON my version its fine with my quality graphics card but on some of my clients it looks awful, an image in photoshop for example or even in windows photo looks sharp and reds look bright red, however when imported in affinity they are completely muted and the sliders in colour are also. This makes it unusable .
  9. I have been supporting people on colour management for many years, I have no issues with the windows versions of affinity designer, However the mac version has no options for picking the rendering intent at the print stage, this is VITAL for printing and you need to have the option of which to use ideally perceptual and relative intents or absolute for proofing. Is this feature going to be added to the Mac versions ?
  10. There also does not seem to be a way of choosing the rendering intent when printing on a mac at all. the pc version is fine but the mac version has no intent drop box.
  11. Im with BigDude55, most apps have a mirror or emulsion up feature when printing as many printer drivers dont have this function (ricoh 3110 for example). its al well and good doing it it the app but far easier to do it in the print dialogue. You always run a risk of something moving when you flip it in the app.
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