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6. Choose the target gamma for your system from the drop-down list. Macintosh OS uses a gamma setting of 1.8, while the Windows default is 2.20. When the target is chosen, move the slider shown in Figure 6.45 until the gray center box merges with the surrounding gray frame. Then, click Next to move on.

Figure 6.45. Merge the center gray box with the surrounding gray frame.

Figure 6.45. Merge the center gray box with the surrounding gray frame.

7. Next, you should set the color temperature of your monitor. In most cases, the default value of 6500K, shown in Figure 6.46, will work fine. Change this setting only if your monitor manufacturer recommends it.

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