6 For Primaries, choose a set of red, green, and blue phosphor or primary types. This option is based on the different red, green, and blue phosphors or primaries used by monitors to display color. If the correct type is not listed, enter custom red, green, and blue chromaticity coordinates.
Note: Because you are defining the color space in which to edit images, the primaries do not have to match your monitor.
7 Click OK.
8 Save the custom profile. (See "Saving and loading working space profiles" on page 119.)
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