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| p.1 #2 · calibration HELP - 2 separate monitors - not dual setup |
If you are using Windows 7, you can use the Color Control Panel to switch among different profiles. If you're lucky, it might even do it for you automatically when it detects the different monitors. Make sure the Eye1 profile loader is disabled (not in your startup programs folder) if you do this.
In any case, you should not have to re-calibrate every time you change monitors. You should just calibrate/profile for each monitor you have, making a note of the file name that is created for each one (and perhaps re-naming that profile filename so it is easier for you to remember which is which.
Then the trick is to find the easiest way to cause the operating system you are using to switch among those profiles. This might be the Color Control Panel in Windows that I already mentioned or Eye1's profile loader or something similar on the Mac. Here is a good link that explains use of the Color Control Panel in Windows 7: