Uncheck 'Use Graphics Processor' in LR Preferences:
If the problem persists recalibrate your monitor by setting the calibration software preferences to create an ICC Version 2, Matrix profile and not an ICC Version 4 or LUT profile. If you do not calibrate your monitor:
This is a real issue. I have a Dell monitor calibrated with an ICC version 2 Matrix profile built using XRite i1Profiler. There is a significant color shift in blues and purples but it is evident somewhat across the entire spectrum. After getting the color I want in Develop, the image looks muted and faded in Library.
The worst part is that when I export, the resulting JPEG looks like the Library Module version, not the Develop version.
I also have the Use Graphics Processor option unchecked.
I see forum posts about this problem going back to 2007!!! There's no reason to not have fixed this by now.
Can you post screenshots of the Library and Develop views? Also what model monitor are you using?
>This is a real issue. I have a Dell monitor calibrated with an ICC version 2 Matrix profile built using XRite i1Profiler. There is a significant color shift in blues and purples but it is evident somewhat across the entire spectrum.
This means that there is a problem with your profile. The warmer colors in Develop are a very typical sign of a bad monitor profile. It is likely the OS is not actually loading your i1 profile but is using some canned one. You might need to recalibrate to force it to load the correct profile or even to reinstall the calibration software.
the OS is not actually loading your i1 profile
To add to the post from Jao-
My Nvidia graphics card has an option- (from the Control Panel)
If the default is set to [Use NVIDIA settings] then the graphics card uses the nvidia settings (profile) and NOT any profile created by XRite, Spyder, etc.
Before I changed the option to [Other applic......] as per screen-clip, I would see my Spyder profile load then seconds later the screen would revert to the nvidia profile.
Also agree with above advice- Try assigning an sRGB profile ( sRGB IEC61966-2.1 )to see if colors are maintained.