I'm using Lightroom CC.
Haven't access to my computer now, i will post a screen shot later, thanks.
Most likely, this is caused by a defective monitor profile.
Set your monitor profile to sRGB, and see if that fixes the problem. How do I change my monitor profile to check whether it’s corrupted?
If this works, you should calibrate your monitor with a hardware calibrator.
Is the monitor profile affecting the library module and full screen view and not the develop module? The preview in the upper left corner also has different color than the main picture in the develop module.
The monitor profile affects all views in LR.
Most applications don't use the monitor profile, but LR does, and is also particularly picky about it.
So try setting it to sRGB, which will most likely fix the issue.
sRGB may be close enough since most monitors are roughly in the sRGB gamut, but to get an accurate profile, you should calibrate with a hardware calibrator.
I have this problem too.
Recently updated the OS to version 10.11.2 Capitan. I have LR 5.7. After several updates that required this new OS , including a new version of Camera Raw 6.18
After that when I open LR, I see different images in the Library and Develop tab. In library look brighter won and that's how when exported jpg are coming , the problem is revealed that it is supposed to be equal , they are not so , but opaque and washed .
I returned to calibrate the monitor to do with XRITE I1 display and all is well . LR also purge the cache but nothing ....
Helpppp me pleaseeee
Follow the procedure in post 3, and try setting the profile to sRGB.
If that fixes the issue, something is wrong with the current profile.
I have never used the Xrite i1, but the problem is possibly that you have created a version 4 profile that may not be compatible with Lightroom.
Version 2 is the best choice.
I'll try to attract the attention of D Fosse, who is knowledgeable about the Xrite i1.
Actually I'm not really familiar with the x-rite software - I just use the i1 Display Pro sensor with Eizo ColorNavigator.
But yes, I fully agree with everything said above. In addition to the v2 option, which is always the safest, there is also a choice between matrix-based and table-based profiles. I can't recall what the default is in i1Profiler, but here you should choose matrix-based. Table-based profiles are supposedly more accurate, but also much heavier and more complex than matrix-based, and many applications have problems with them.
So, recalibrate, setting i1Profiler to make v2 matrix profiles.
If that doesn't change anything, it has to be the GPU preference. Open Lr preferences and uncheck "use graphics processor".