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Photoshop changes colors when I change monitors

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Dec 18, 2022 Dec 18, 2022

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Hello, I have a huion kamvas 20 screen display tablet and it has some color calibration problems. I was playing with the settings with both monitor and 3rd party programs like DisplayCAL. I messed up with something and photoshop started to change colors when I move it to a different monitor. However, when I drag it, it does not change. I changes when I stop dragging and leave it on the other monitor. What should I do about this, I cannot change it anyhow. I uninstalled DisplayCAL but nothing has happened. I resetted monitor's colors but nothing has happened as well. You can see the color difference on the screenshots I attached. It's not because of monitors I guess because I can take a screenshot.

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Community Expert , Dec 18, 2022 Dec 18, 2022

Delete the display profile, start from scratch calibrating each (?) again using DisplayCAL. 

Unlikely that some tablet and some actual display will match if they ever did. 

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Delete the display profile, start from scratch calibrating each (?) again using DisplayCAL. 

Unlikely that some tablet and some actual display will match if they ever did. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"

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