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  1. OSX El Capitan Steps: 1. Have two color corrected screens, each with it's proper profile assigned. 2. Go to settings and give monitor 1 the menu bar - making it the main monitor. 3. Launch Affinity Photo. 4. Open a photo document ( in my case I used a document with Adobe RGB color space ) 5. If on the main monitor, the colors will be accurate. 6. Move the entire AP interface over to monitor two - or create a new view, separate the interface and move view 2 to monitor 2. 7. The color on monitor 2 view is wrong. It still uses monitor 1's color profile. 8. Quit affinity photo. 9. Go back to settings - make monitor 2 the main monitor by moving over the menu bar. 10. Repeat steps 3 through 7. The same thing happens but with the monitor's reversed. Basically, the main's monitor color profile is the only one being used. Thank you. Andres
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