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Take note of the temperature

This is really important.  Click on the little graph icon I've circled, and take note of the temperature of your screen:

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You can see that my screen's native temperature is 7038K, but of course every screen will be different.  You need to know yours.  PLEASE WRITE IT DOWN.

The grey ramp

The second icon gives you the graph of the neutrality of your screen.  If yours is as straight as mine, you'll know you've got a good screen!

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If yours is bowed like this, you'll know your screen is not so great.  But hopefully we'll still be able to achieve a satisfactory result.

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The calibration is finished!  Now it's time to check the result.

Press the "Home" button.

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My grey ramp is relatively flat, but it starts halfway down the graph on the right. What does this mean?

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4 hours ago, Anushka said:

My grey ramp is relatively flat, but it starts halfway down the graph on the right. What does this mean?

Hi @Anushka, it means that you didn't manually reduce your brightness enough, for some reason.  So the profile had to do it for you.

I suggest you run the calibration again.

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