Subject: Re: (related articles) Faces Appear Red
It appears that it was the color management setting for my monitor. I have
unselected this option and all is well.
Many thanks for your help.
> Good point John!
> Some video card drivers are updated every 6 weeks or so and there are
> other updates.
> Some of these depend upon how good a service provision is made by the
> mobo supplier. Some are excellent and I have the highest regard of MSI
> in this respect after completing some major updates using a Live Update
> However, it is best not to rush into these things unaware for obvious
> reasons (if the reasons are not obvious it is probably better letting
> one's local computer shop prepare the updates etcetera on the users behalf)
> John Inzer wrote:
> > It's also possible that you need to update your video driver. Try
> > reducing your Graphics Hardware Acceleration as per the instructions in
> > the following article and if an improvement is realized...go to the
> > website of your video adapter's mfg. and search for an updated driver.
> > (272193) PI: How to Troubleshoot
> > Graphics Issues
> > http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=272193
> > Another possible...
> > (282897) Printed Colors May Not Match the Colors on the Screen
> > http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=282897
> >> RobRoy wrote:
> >>> They appear fine.
> >> ============================
> >> If the images appear differently in
> >> WP&F Viewer and DIS2006...The problem
> >> is probably related to the color profile.
> >> Do you have anything selected in the
> >> "Change Color Management settings"
> >> option of DIS2006? (it's on the print screen)
> >> If you do...uncheck everything and see
> >> if it makes a difference.
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