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Eizo CG319X Owner Manual
Usage Guide
(ColorNavigator 6 Upgrade Edition)
Color Management Software
Version 7.0
Important
Please read this Usage Guide carefully to familiarize yourself with safe
and effective usage.
••The latest product information included in this Usage Guide can be
checked on our web site.
www.eizoglobal.com
About This Manual
This manual introduces the features of ColorNavigator 7 and basic
usage instructions for ColorNavigator 7 users who are upgrading it from
ColorNavigator 6.
If you use ColorNavigator 7 for the first time or upgrade the application from ColorNavigator NX, please
read the following documents accordingly.
Using ColorNavigator 7 For the First Time:
ColorNavigator 7 Usage Guide (for Beginners)
Upgrading from ColorNavigator NX:
ColorNavigator 7 Usage Guide (ColorNavigator NX Upgrade Edition)
How to Install ColorNavigator 7
For how to install and run ColorNavigator 7, please read “ColorNavigator 7 Installation Guide”.
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CONTENTS
About This Manual................................................. 2
CONTENTS.............................................................. 3
Chapter 1
About ColorNavigator 7.................... 4
Features...................................................................... 4
●●Standard Mode and Advanced Mode.............. 5
About Main Window.................................................. 6
Chapter 2
Calibration Procedures................... 10
Chapter 3
Manual Adjustment......................... 16
Manually Adjusting Targets in Standard Mode....16
Manually Adjusting Targets in Advanced Mode....18
Chapter 4
Editing Targets................................. 23
Creating a New Target............................................. 23
●●“Edit Target” Window...................................... 25
Editing Target Values.............................................. 27
●●Displaying the “Edit Target” Window.............. 27
●●Editing Target Settings................................... 29
Setting a Target to the Color Mode....................... 30
Chapter 5
Model Limitations............................ 31
Chapter 6
Troubleshooting............................... 32
CONTENTS
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Chapter 1 About ColorNavigator 7
ColorNavigator 7 is the dedicated software for EIZO “ColorEdge” color management monitors featuring
excellent color display.
Using ColorEdge together with ColorNavigator 7 allows you to perform monitor calibration, create and edit
targets, and manage multiple monitors easily yet accurately.
Features
•• Targets can be adjusted for each color mode.
Manages all Color Modes
Manages CAL Mode only
Target A
Target B
sRGB
Target B
Target C
CAL
Target C
…
…
Adobe RGB
…
CAL Mode
Target A
Targets has to be
switched over in one CAL Mode
Targets can be set for each color mode
•• Working with the monitor's color mode, the display state can be easily switched by using the control
buttons on the monitor after calibrating the monitor with ColorNavigator 7.
•• Two types of targets are available
To calibrate the monitor to the optimal settings for your application, targets are available in two
types: “Standard Mode” and “Advanced Mode”. Calibration levels and manually adjustable content
will vary by the target type you choose. See “Standard Mode and Advanced Mode” (page 5) for
details.
Note
•• When upgrading the application from ColorNavigator 6, targets used in ColorNavigator 6 will be migrated
into ColorNavigator 7 and will be used as targets in “Advanced Mode”.
•• Simple UI
Only the basic functions are displayed in default.
Advanced functions including CMYK validation, sensor correlation, and Log View LUT emulation,
can be displayed on the screen by selecting them from the Extension menu.
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●●Standard Mode and Advanced Mode
There are two types of targets available: “Standard Mode” (STD) and “Advanced Mode” (ADV). The
details of each type will be specified below.
Standard Mode
Advanced Mode
Features
Calibration can be completed in a short
period.
By calibrating one of the targets of
Standard Mode upon measuring the
monitor’s color characteristics, all the
targets in Standard Mode will be calibrated.
Various gamma adjustment options allow
you to perform advanced calibration. In
addition, the 6 colors adjustment allow you
to fine-tune individual color values.
Targets in Advanced Mode need to be
calibrated individually.
By measuring the monitor status after
calibration, difference from the target can
be verified against the validation target.
Major applications
Commercial applications requiring a high
Video creation, web content creation,
photography printing, checking and editing level of accuracy, such as print proofing
digital photography
Adjustment items in
calibration
Brightness, White point, Gamut, Gamma
(EOTF)
Brightness, White point, Black level,
Gamut, Gamma (EOTF) (including gray
balance and LUT)
Manually adjustable
items
Brightness, White point
Brightness, White point, 6 Colors, Black
level*1, Gamma (EOTF)*1, Lightness*2
*1 The value can be adjusted only when the Gamma (EOTF) priority is set to “Fixed gamma”.
*2 The adjustment is available only for monitors with the lightness control feature.
Note
•• Targets used in ColorNavigator 6 will be migrated into ColorNavigator 7 and will be used as targets in
“Advanced Mode”.
Some limitations apply depending on the model you use. See “Chapter 5 Model Limitations” (page
31) for details.
Chapter 1 About ColorNavigator 7
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About Main Window
When ColorNavigator 7 starts up, the main window appears first. Each function of ColorNavigator 7 is
selectable from the main window. For details on the functions that are not described in this manual, click
on the Help icon to see the Help menu on ColorNavigator 7.
Monitor settings
1. Color Mode List
Tools
Preferences
2. Target combo box
3. “Calibrate” Button
4. Help Icon
Operation menu
The major functions of the main window are described hereinafter.
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5. Favorite Icon
Target details area
1. Color Mode List
It displays the configured color mode of the monitor in use. Depending on the monitor you use,
the number of displayed color modes and their names are different.
Color Mode
The following information can be verified in the color mode.
Status
Color mode name
Type of target being configured
Target
Status
The color band corresponding to the current status is displayed on the left side of the color
mode item.
Display
Enabled / Disabled
Calibration
Management policy
Elapsed time
Enabled
Performed
Periodic calibration
Within the set
time
Enabled
Performed
Periodic calibration
Exceeding the set
time
Enabled
Not performed
-
-
Enabled
Performed
None
-
Disabled
-
-
-
Color mode name
It displays the name of the color mode being set to the monitor.
Type of target
It displays the type of the target being configured for the color mode. See “Standard Mode and
Advanced Mode” (page 5) for details on the type of targets.
Display
Description
A target in Standard Mode is selected.
A target in Advanced Mode is selected.
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Options
Right-clicking the color mode menu displays the following items.
Item
*1
Function overview
Rename
Changes the color mode name.
Enable or Disable
Switches the color mode on and off.
Edit target
Allows you to edit the setting value of the target being configured for the
color mode.
Log View LUT emulation*2
Executes the Log View LUT emulation.
*1 This item is not displayed if the color mode name has been modified from the target.
*2 It is an extension. The item is displayed by enabling this function in Preferences.
For details on the setup method, see the Help menu on ColorNavigator 7.
2. Target combo box
Allows you to select a target being set to the selected color mode.
There are two types of targets available: “Standard Mode” (STD) and “Advanced Mode” (ADV). The
calibration menu will vary by the target type. See “Standard Mode and Advanced Mode” (page 5)
for details.
Attention
•• Depending on the monitor or color mode you use, limitations may apply to the target type you will be able to
select. See “Chapter 5 Model Limitations” (page 31) for details.
Note
•• In the target combo box, targets configured in ColorNavigator 6 are also displayed.
3.
“Calibrate” Button
It starts the calibration.
4. Help Icon
The Help menu opens in a separate window. Users can work on ColorNavigator 7 while viewing the
Help menu to check the description of each function and operating procedures.
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5.
Favorite Icon
This icon is used for registering a currently selected target as Favorites. The target is added to and
removed from Favorites every time this icon is clicked.
Status
Description
The target is currently registered as Favorites. The target values cannot be edited.
The target is not registered as Favorites. The target values can be edited.
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Chapter 2 Calibration Procedures
Adjust (calibrate) the monitor’s color mode according to your application.
Attention
•• Before you begin, make sure that your computer and monitor are connected with a USB cable. For details on the
setup method, see the Setup Guide for your monitor.
•• If you use an external measurement device, make sure that the measurement device is connected to the USB
downstream port on the computer unit or the monitor.
1. Select a color mode to be calibrated from the color mode list
The monitor's color mode switches.
Note
•• If more than one CAL is available, select one with the band displayed.
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2. Select a target
The target details area shows the target values of the selected target.
3. Click the “Calibrate” button
The “Measurement device selection” window will be displayed.
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4. Select a measurement device and click
An operating method will be displayed according to the measurement device chosen. Initialize the
measurement device if it needs to be initialized. Initialization of a measurement device will complete
in a few seconds. To abort the calibration, close the window by clicking the “Close” button.
Attention
•• While the measurement device is being initialized, make sure to prevent light from entering the sensor unit of
the measurement device. If light enters into the sensor unit during initialization, the results will not turn out to
be accurate.
•• If you use any of the following measurement devices, uncheck “Display automatically detected device”.
-- basICColor DISCUS
-- Konica Minolta CS-200, CA-210, CA-310, CA-410, CS-2000, CS-2000A
-- Photo Research PR-655, PR-680
-- Klein K-10, K-10A
-- Colorimetry Research CR-100, CR-250, CR-300
-- JETI specbos 1211, spectraval 1501
-- TOPCON SR-3, SR-UL1R
-- DK Technologies PM-5639/94
•• The measurement devices listed below have the compensation function unique to each measurement device.
In that case, “Compensation function for measurement device” appears. From the pull-down menu, select a
compensation table you will use. Note that the compensation method of ColorNavigator 7 will be disabled.
-- Konica Minolta CS-200, CA-210, CA-310, CA-410
-- Klein K-10, K-10A
-- Colorimetry Research CR-100
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5. To use an external measurement device, install the measurement device on the
measurement window
The installation method varies by the measurement device. For details, refer to the User's Manual of
the respective measurement device.
Attention
•• Depending on the settings of the monitor and the OS, the measurement window may not appear in the center
of the screen. If that happens, install the measurement device close to the center of the monitor regardless of
where the measurement window is located.
Measurement device used by being in contact with the monitor
Tilt the monitor panel surface slightly upward and install the measurement device to the measurement
window.
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6. Click the “Proceed” button
The measurement pattern appears and calibration starts automatically.
Attention
•• If the built-in calibration sensor is used, the measurement results may be affected by ambient light entering
into the sensor unit. Check the following points before taking measurements.
-- Block natural light from entering the room by closing the window curtain, etc.
-- Do not change the room lighting during measurement.
-- Attaching the light-blocking hood is recommended.
•• The shape of the displayed measurement device will vary by the measurement device you use.
Note
•• When you use a model with the built-in correction sensor and set a target in Advanced Mode, the builtin correction sensor measures white points after making adjustments with the measurement device. The
measurement result is referenced when Self Correction is executed.
During calibration, the progress status is displayed in the lower-right corner of the screen.
Once calibration is complete, the “Calibration completed” window appears.
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7. Click the “Finish” button to complete the adjustment
Attention
•• If the adjustment fails, an error message will be displayed. Follow the instructions on the window and redo the
monitor adjustment. Possible causes include the following:
-- The measurement device was not properly installed on the monitor
-- Light had entered into the sensor unit during initialization
Note
•• When you use a target in Advanced Mode, the “Calibration completed” window shows the target values and
calibration result. Clicking “Finish” after selecting the “Start validation” checkbox starts the monitor validation
(for verifying difference between the current status and the target based on the validation target).
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Chapter 3 Manual Adjustment
Once the monitor has been calibrated, the display status can be adjusted while viewing the screen.
Manually Adjusting Targets in Standard Mode
For a target in Standard Mode, white points and brightness can be adjusted manually.
To edit a target, see “Chapter 4 Editing Targets” (page 23) for details.
1. Select a color mode
The monitor's color mode switches.
2. Click
in the operation menu and select “Manual adjustment” from the menu
The “Manual adjustment” window will be displayed.
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3. Adjust each item while viewing the monitor screen
Item
Description
Brightness
Move the slider and adjust the monitor brightness. Depending on the monitor you
use, the unit of measure for brightness is different. (cd/m2 or %)
White point
Use
and
buttons or use your mouse and drag the circle (
point area to adjust the white point.
Preview
With the checkbox selected, adjustments can be made while viewing the changes
made to the status on the monitor.
) inside the white
Create a new target from With the checkbox selected, a new target in the manually adjusted status will be
manual adjustment results created.
By clicking the “OK” button with the checkbox unselected, the current target will be
overwritten by the adjustments that were made manually.
Show pattern
A test pattern used for visually checking the adjustment status will be displayed in
full-screen.
Reset
The values are restored to the initial values when the manual adjustment was
started.
4. Click the “OK” button
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Manually Adjusting Targets in Advanced Mode
White point, brightness, black level, gamma (EOTF), hue and saturation (lightness depending on the
models) of 6 colors (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow) can be adjusted manually. After making
adjustments, use the measurement device to measure the adjustment status.
Attention
•• Calibration must be performed in advance.
1. Select a color mode
The monitor's color mode switches.
2. Click
in the operation menu and select “Manual adjustment” from the menu
The “Manual adjustment” window will be displayed.
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3. Adjust each item while viewing the monitor screen
Attention
•• Manually adjustable items will vary by the target settings. Items that cannot be adjusted will not be displayed
on the screen.
Note
•• Clicking
resets the manual adjustment results of each item.
Item
Description
Brightness
It adjusts the monitor brightness. Use the slider or the
and
buttons to specify a value.
Depending on the monitor you use, the unit of measure for brightness is different. (cd/m2 or %)
Black level
It adjusts the brightness of the darker area of an image displayed on the monitor.
Specify a value using the slider.
Note
•• Increasing the black level reduces the contrast.
White point
Use
and
buttons or use your mouse and drag the circle (
to adjust the white point.
Gamma
(EOTF)
Specify a value using the slider.
6 colors
) inside the hexagon or click the letters R / G / B /
Use your mouse to drag the blue circle (
C / M / Y to specify each color level. Then, use the slider for hue, saturation and lightness to
adjust the color.
) inside the white point area
Attention
•• Adjustments will not be necessary in most cases.
Preview
With the checkbox selected, adjustments can be made while viewing the changes made to
the status on the monitor.
Show pattern
A test pattern used for visually checking the adjustment status will be displayed in full-screen.
Reset all
All the values are restored to the initial values when the manual adjustment was started.
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4. Once the adjustments are complete, click
The “Measurement device selection” window will be displayed.
5. Select a measurement device and click
An operating method will be displayed according to the measurement device chosen.
Initialize the measurement device if it needs to be initialized. Initialization of a measurement device
will complete in a few seconds.
To use an external measurement device, install the measurement device on the measurement
window.
Attention
•• Depending on the settings of the monitor and the OS, the measurement window may not appear in the center
of the screen. If that happens, install the measurement device close to the center of the monitor regardless of
where the measurement window is located.
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6. Click the “Proceed” button
The measurement pattern appears and measurements start automatically.
Attention
•• If you use the built-in calibration sensor, the measurement results may be affected by ambient light entering
into the sensor unit. Check the following points before taking measurements.
-- Block natural light from entering the room by closing the window curtain, etc.
-- Do not change the room lighting during measurement.
-- Attaching the light-blocking hood is recommended.
During measurement, the progress status is displayed in the lower-right corner of the screen.
The “Measurement result” window will be displayed once the measurement is complete.
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7. To create a new target by using the results of manual adjustment, select the
checkbox for “Create a new target from manual adjustment results” and enter
the target name
Without creating a new target, the values of the currently selected target will be overwritten.
Attention
•• If manual adjustment was performed for a target that is “set” as “Favorites”, the checkbox “Create a new
target from manual adjustment results” will always be turned on.
•• If the black level value becomes negative and the measurement fails, an error message will be displayed.
Check the following and redo the measurement.
-- Properly install the measurement device on the monitor.
-- Block natural light from entering the room by closing the window curtain, etc.
-- Do not change the room lighting during measurement.
8. Click the “Finish” button
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Chapter 4 Editing Targets
Creating a New Target
Note
•• To create a target according to the color matching scheme, enable “Target creation assistant” in Extension. For
details, see the Help menu on ColorNavigator 7.
1. Click the “Monitor settings” menu and select “Target management”
The “Target management” window will be displayed.
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2. Click “Add target” and select “Create a new target”
The “Edit target” window will be displayed.
3. Specify settings on the “Edit target” window and click the “OK” button
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●●“Edit Target” Window
Target name
Color mode type
Color mode name
Target value
“OK” button
Target name
Enter a target name. To change the target name, edit the target name in the text box.
Color mode name
To change the color mode name with its target configured, select the checkbox and enter a new color
mode name.
Color mode type
Click
and select a target type. See “Standard Mode and Advanced Mode” (page 5) for details
on the target type.
Attention
•• This item will not be displayed for the following models:
CG245W, CG246, CG275W, CG276, CS230, CX240, CX270
“OK” button
This button saves the target.
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Target value
The configurable items will vary by the target type. For details, see the Help menu on ColorNavigator.
Advanced Mode
Note
•• “White point”, “Gamma”, and “Gamut” values are configured to the standard value specified for
“Preset Target”.
Item
Description of the settings
Brightness
Specify the target brightness. Use either the slider or manual input for the setting method
and specify the brightness value. Selecting “Maximum” or “Minimum” will set the target
values to the maximum or minimum brightness of the current monitor.
Black level
Specify the brightness of black color for the monitor. Set the value by using either the
minimum brightness value of the monitor or manually entering the brightness value.
If the contrast is too high, increasing the black level can reduce the contrast.
White point
Specify the white point. Select “Standard value”, “Color temperature”, or “Coordinate” for
the setting method, and then specify a value.
Gamma (EOTF)
Specify the gamma value. Select a setting method from the following options and set the
value.
•• Set the value from the standard value to be referenced
•• Set the gamma value using the slider
•• Specify the L*gamma value
•• Specify the gamma value by loading the LUT file
Priority
Select a gamma priority from the following options.
•• Standard (Color tones are adjusted for the middle tone only and no adjustment is
made for the low tone)
•• Gray balance (Color tones including the low tone are adjusted)
•• Fixed gamma (Colors are displayed in the status configured by the gamma (EOTF)
settings and no color tone adjustment is made)
Gamut
Specify the color gamut for the monitor. Use the monitor's color gamut as is, use the
standard value, or set the value manually, and enter a value as needed.
Standard Mode
Item
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Description of the settings
Brightness
Specify the target brightness. Use either the slider or manual input for the setting method
and specify the brightness value.
White point
Specify the white point. Use the default monitor settings, use the standard value, or set the
color temperature value, and enter a value as needed.
Gamma (EOTF)
Specify the gamma value. Select the standard value to be referenced, or specify the
gamma value using the slider or by inputting a value manually.
Gamut
Specify the color gamut for the monitor. Use the monitor's color gamut as is or select the
standard value.
Chapter 4 Editing Targets
Editing Target Values
●●Displaying the “Edit Target” Window
How to open the “Edit target” window is different depending on whether the target is set to the color
mode or not.
When the target is set to the color mode
1. Right-click the color mode for the target containing the value to modify
The menu will be displayed.
2. Select “Edit target” from the menu
The “Edit target” window will be displayed.
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When the target is not set to the color mode
1. Select “Monitor settings” and “Target management”
The “Target management” window will be displayed.
2. Right-click the target containing the value to modify
The menu will be displayed.
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3. Select “Edit target” from the menu
The “Edit target” window will be displayed.
Attention
•• If the target is set as Favorites, “Edit target” cannot be selected. Click
Favorites.
to remove the target from
●●Editing Target Settings
1. Specify the following settings on the “Edit target” window and click the “OK” button.
The settings will vary by the target type. See ““Edit Target” Window” (page 25) for details on the settings.
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Setting a Target to the Color Mode
1. On the main window, select a color mode specified for the target.
2. Select a target from the Target combo box.
The target is configured to the color mode.
Perform calibration when a target in Advanced Mode is selected. For details on how to calibrate the
monitor, see “Chapter 2 Calibration Procedures” (page 10).
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Chapter 5 Model Limitations
For the models listed below, some functions are limited.
Applicable Models
CS230, CX240, CX270
CG245W, CG246, CG275W, CG276
Limitations
•• If the color mode is other than CAL, it is not possible to select a target since a target for Standard
Mode is already configured. Note that manual adjustment is available when the color mode is set to
either Custom or User. The target values are editable regardless of the selected mode.
•• If the color mode is CAL, it is possible to select a target from the list. Note that target values you will
select need to have their color mode type set to Advanced Mode.
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Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
Problem
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Possible cause and remedy
1. Can't find the User's Manual
•• Click
2. Can't find what I want to search for
in the User's Manual (Help)
•• Try searching by key word.
3. I want to calibrate regularly
•• Select “Management Policy” from the “Monitor settings” menu,
and set the management policy.
4. Can't edit the target
•• If it is a favorite target (marked ), the target cannot be edited.
•• Click the
mark to remove it from Favorites (marked ), and
then edit the target.
5. Monitor is not recognized
•• Check the USB connection of the monitor.
•• Check whether the monitor is compatible with ColorNavigator 7.
•• If the monitor has two USB upstream ports, check whether it
is connected to an active port. For details, refer to the User's
Manual of the monitor being used.
6. Can't change the color mode
•• There are limitations in characters and the number of characters
that can be used for color mode names.
•• The characters that can be used are alpha numerical characters,
hyphen “-”, round brackets “()”, underscore “_”, and spaces (all
half size).
7. Don't know how to perform Built-in
Sensor Correlation
•• Open “Preferences” and select “Extension”. Then, activate “Builtin sensor correlation”.
8. Can't find the targets of
ColorNavigator 6
•• If ColorNavigator 7 is installed on a system that has never had
ColorNavigator 6 installed, ColorNavigator 6 targets will not be
displayed.
9. Can't find the functions that were
used in ColorNavigator 6
•• Open the “Preferences” dialog box and activate the necessary
functions in “Extension”.
•• ICC Profile Emulation function and Device Emulation function are
scheduled to be installed in later versions.
to display Help.
10. Can't retain ColorNavigator 6
•• ColorNavigator 7 and ColorNavigator 6 cannot be installed
concurrently in the same environment due to software
specifications. Please choose either one of the software versions.
11. There are items that cannot be
manually adjusted
•• Manually adjustable content will vary by the monitor model you
are using, the displayed color mode, and the target.
•• Edit targets when adjusting gamma (EOTF) or color gamut in
Standard Mode.
•• If it seems as though fine adjustments is not possible using
manual adjustment in Standard Mode, perform manual
adjustment after calibrating with Advanced Mode.
12. The message stating, “Reset the
target to default. Part of the target
set on the monitor is unspecified.
Reset the unspecified items to
default.” appears
•• This message will be displayed in the following situations when
the targets set on the monitor with ColorNavigator 7 cannot be
read correctly.
--When gray balance adjustment is being performed with
ColorNavigator 6 or ColorNavigator NX
--When LUT is set in target gamma
•• Unspecified targets are changed to the factory values of each
color mode.
•• Targets migrated from ColorNavigator 6 to ColorNavigator 7 can
be correctly used. Select a target and perform calibration.
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause and remedy
13. The message stating, “Not optimized
for Mac.” appears
•• There is no problem with the operation of this software. Click “OK”
to use as is.
14. The message stating, “Requesting
access to control “System Events””
appears (On Mac only)
•• This is the processing necessary to start up the software at
system startup. Since it is required in order to enable the resident
function (ColorNavigator Agent) of ColorNavigator 7, click “OK”.
Clicking “OK” will not have any serious effects on the system.
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