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I have just re-installed the Adobe Suite on a new PC and all new or imported images in Photoshop or downloaded camera images opened in Lightroom, have a yellow tint in the background. In the settings for creating a new image, it is set to transparent or white. I have been into the Windows Color Management utility and tried changing the color profile to no avail.
Videos opened in Premiere Pro, also recently reinstalled, are fine.
Any suggestions welcome!!!!
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This is apparently a bug in Windows 11. It's been reported a number of times.
Some people solved it by turning off HDR in Windows color management, for others that didn't help.
There is apparently a real issue here, the Eizo website says there's a problem with loading the monitor profile correctly in Win 11, and they recommend staying on Windows 10 until this has been resolved.
Many thanks. Yes, I opted for Win 11 on the new PC….bugger! I’ll try your
suggestions and if no success, wait!
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It was @jazz-y who pointed me to the Eizo site in another thread.
Eizo usually stay on top of things. They also reported the banding issue we saw in 10 bit displays in the first Windows 10 releases, and their information was very accurate. That issue was fixed by Microsoft pretty quickly.
But yes - I intend to stay on 10 for the foreseeable future.
I remember Windows Me, Windows Vista, Windows 8 and now we have Windows 11, thankfully Windows 10 will be supported until 2025
Thankyou everyone taking the trouble to comment. I slipped into this one
(buying Win 11) early after it’s release. I used to have a
hardware/software business and knew full well that MS gets us to debug
their beta versions! So usually I don’t buy till things have settled…I
guess I’ll have to sit this one out and find workarounds!!
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The yellow tint is more likely due to a mismatch between the white point in the file's color profile and monitor color profie. There is currently a workaround to force the color profile of the monitor:
(I have a local version of windows, but I think everything is clear from the screenshots)
"Due to a bug in the OS, it is not possible to get the ICC profile information even though the ICC profile has been correctly applied to the OS.
There is currently no solution within the software settings.
We highly recommend not using a PC installed with Microsoft Windows 11 for the time being."