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Colour profile is ignored on external monitors #1913

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AlexanderOcias opened this Issue Oct 30, 2018 · 2 comments

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AlexanderOcias commented Oct 30, 2018

Colour profiles are only correctly used on the first screen, when Aseprite is on an external monitor, it will ignore colour profiles.

For example, to easily see the difference, changing the native screen's profile to the lower gamma "ACES", results in a correctly darkened Aseprite (both screenshots matched to sRGB for clarity):

Native Screen

nativecolour

When doing the same on an external screen, Aseprite ignores the profile change and stays bright:

External Screen

externalcolour

Aseprite and System version

  • Aseprite version: v1.2.10-beta2, portable
  • System: macOS 10.14

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dacap commented Oct 31, 2018

Yeah 👍 something in my to-do list for the final version is support for multiple monitor with different color profiles (when we move the window from one monitor to another, the color space can change, so we've to update the surface).

You can check if moving the window to the other monitor, and resizing the window does update the color profile correctly. The same when you change the color profile, but it might not work anyway (I think the color space is taken from the main screen only, not the display where the window is located)

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AlexanderOcias commented Oct 31, 2018

Thanks decap! I experimented and found a temporary workaround to be to put the 'primary menubar' on the display you DON'T need the profile to work on, like so, in this setting:
screen shot 2018-10-31 at 6 16 34 pm

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