KHI End User License Agreement:
I’m sure you don’t like reading these stupid things any more than I like writing them, so we’ll keep it short and sweet:
- This software is provided to you, for your own personal, private use, without any kind of warranty or promise of support whatsoever.
- You are licensed to use this software, not to distribute it or sell it. I ask that you please not mirror any files which I have not explicitly relinquished my exclusive copyright to anywhere without prior authorization.
Sound cool to you?
This is a simple little application which places a ColorSync menu in your menu bar, allowing you to quickly switch between display profiles, see how old they are, reset your video card’s gamma lookup tables, and clear out ColorSync’s internal profile cache whenever it starts acting up.
Useful for troubleshooting, evaluating calibration packages, and for those times when you just want to change white points on a whim.
Works with your primary display (the one where your menu bar is) only.
Note: cache clearing is no longer available in 10.6.
Version 2.3 is basically the same thing as 2.2, but it includes a new
Set Display Profile Automator action that will allow you to write your own custom profile switching services, setup hotkeys, contextual menus, etc. Look for the action under the
Utilities category after you download and run 2.3.
If you’ve never built an Automator workflow before, you should check out Macworld’s whirlwind tour here. It’s a lot easier than AppleScript, so no excuses.