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  1. Hi all :-) I've got a question I hope is not to far off. My screen is calibrated to a white point of 5500. The result of that is that when my photos are shown on others screens they tend to be to cold or blue/greenish. Is there a way to fix this quickly in Affinity? Adjusting several photos at once? If I do have to adjust each photo adjusting the white balance (which is what I have to do?), does the scale compare to the difference between D-55 and D-65? I hope I have expressed myself somewhat clearly... Cheers Peter C-)
  2. The preference panel of Affinity Designer shows only "D50" as an option for Lab colors. But comparing the sRGB comparison values to other tools (chromatist.js and Color Machine for Mac) the values I got are more comparable to the ones of a "D65" color profile (not exactly though). Hex: #0b798f LAB from Affinity (D50): 46, -23, -20 LAB from Chomatist (D65): 47,-20,-20 LAB from Chomatist (D50): 47,-21,-32 Hex: #872157 LAB from Affinity (D50): 32, 47, -6 LAB from Chomatist (D65): 32, 47, -7 LAB from Chomatist (D50): 32, 46, -16 Maybe someone can clarify this and/or figure out whether this is just an issue in Affinity. Thanks!
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