This option, when available, sets a working white point for monitor display, if that value differs from the hardware white point. For example, if your hardware white point is 6500 Kelvin (daylight), but you want to edit an image at 5000 Kelvin (warm white) because that most closely represents the environment in which the image will be viewed, you can set your adjusted white point to 5000 Kelvin. Adobe Gamma will change the monitor display accordingly.
Do one of the following to specify a separate white point for viewing graphics:
• To use the current white point of your monitor, choose Same as Hardware from the Adjusted menu.
• To specify your monitor's white point to a target value other than the Hardware value, choose the gamma setting you want from the Adjusted menu
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