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5 minutes ago, GabrielM said:

I cannot see any difference, regardless of the viewing method. Can you please send us a screenshot of the difference in colour, please? 

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The left is sRGB and the right is adobe RGB

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And which one is "correct" and which one "wrong"? I'm asking because the screenshots I attached you confirmed them to be right. On this screenshot, you say left is the wrong one - sRGB, but that's exactly how all my screenshots look like. 

 

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2 minutes ago, GabrielM said:

And which one is "correct" and which one "wrong"?

 

This is not exactly what is on my screen but it is only to show you the difference between the two. The wrong one is left.

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What's your monitor colour profile? 

On 1/17/2018 at 7:00 PM, MEB said:

Hi stoosh,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

This is probably due to a faulty/incorrect colour profile. Right-click on the Desktop and select Display settings, then Advanced display settings on the bottom. Scroll down a little and select Colour management in the Color settings section (this may vary a little depending on what Windows version you are using). Make sure you don't have any profile associated with the monitor in the Profiles associated with this device section in the Devices tab (the first tab - note that the one pictured below is the Advanced). Then change to the Advanced tab and make sure you have the following settings set:

 

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5 minutes ago, GabrielM said:

And which one is "correct" and which one "wrong"?

 

Can you tell me why a have this message when I try to upload a photo? "There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200"

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Have you tried to clear your cache/cookies and try again? 

On 1/17/2018 at 7:00 PM, MEB said:

Hi stoosh,

Welcome to Affinity Forums :)

This is probably due to a faulty/incorrect colour profile. Right-click on the Desktop and select Display settings, then Advanced display settings on the bottom. Scroll down a little and select Colour management in the Color settings section (this may vary a little depending on what Windows version you are using). Make sure you don't have any profile associated with the monitor in the Profiles associated with this device section in the Devices tab (the first tab - note that the one pictured below is the Advanced). Then change to the Advanced tab and make sure you have the following settings set:

 

devices_profiles.png.36cece0b9b6b91b40c23fd8c475a1920.png

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27 minutes ago, mac_heibu said:

Did you read Gabriels question, if it is allowed to post the originals here?

I will try

I get this message when I try to upload photo "There was a problem processing the uploaded file. -200"

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7 hours ago, GabrielM said:

What is your monitor model number? 

It is a Dell U2410. It has been hardware calibrated using i1 display pro.

My last thought:, I think Affinity photo is very accurate but for an unknown reason some software I use can't produce accurate color (too much saturated) from photo that has been exported with Affinity using sRGB profile.

Thank you for your help.

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On 8/15/2018 at 10:14 AM, GabrielM said:

I cannot see any difference, regardless of the viewing method. Can you please send us a screenshot of the difference in colour, please? 

@mac_heibu, If @jp.rioux agrees, I can upload them directly here. 

I agree

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