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90% of the time, I edit on my external monitor  (Apple Thunderbolt Display).  When I'm on the road the other times, I use my laptop. 

I really need to calibrate and follow the instructions on http://www.damiensymonds.net, but my question is do I need to do the same process for both screens? 

The last time I calibrated was 2 months ago, and it was a way simpler process than Damien's instructions, although I probably didn't do it correctly.  I just received prints and I am fairly pleased with the results.  They are a smidge duller and a tiny bit washed out compared to my files, and I'd really like to get it truer to what I see on my screen. 


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With two pitiful screens like that, you can never hope for really true results.  "Reasonably close" is all you can hope for.

Yes, the process is the same for both screens. They're both laptop screens, essentially.  Which calibrator do you have?

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