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How can Photoshop handle the connection
of three different monitors, each one color
managed, to one graphics card, perfectly ?
Best regards --Gernot Hoffmann
a tri-splitter, naturally... ;)
Does each monitor have its own separate graphics card, or are they all running off the same card?
Edit: Gernot,Photoshop was not mentioned by Asbjørn, but you raise a good point which prompted my question above.
My Mac Pro has two graphics card. The 30-inch uses the first one, and the Eizo and 17-inch shares the second card. The graphic cards are identical.
Photoshop refreshes the colors when releasing the mouse button after dragging a window from another screen. Acrobat and InDesign does not.
I tested connecting the 30-inch and Eizo to the same graphics card and reprofiled all three displays. It's the same behaviour. InDesign and Acrobat still does not refresh the colors when dragging between different monitors.