Where to find colorsync files in OSX virtual

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by EricH19, Feb 19, 2021.

  1. EricH19

    EricH19 Bit Poster

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    I use OSX Lion in Parallels to get my Datacolor pro spyder3 working on my laptop with external monitor. This calibrator is not supported anymore on Catalina.
    After calibrating the screens in OSX Lion I want to copy the colorsync files to Catalina.
    Where can I find the Library folder in OSX Lion in Parallels with the colorsync files to copy to Catalina?
     
  2. NihitT

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    ColorSync profiles are used in image-rendering devices to match across different devices. It enables the image to preserve its colors when transferred to another device. It can be accessed in the macOS by
    1. opening Finder,
    2. selecting Applications,
    3. double-clicking ColorSync Utility.
    4. Next, open an image by clicking File, selecting Open, and locating the image you wish to use,
    5. then clicking the Open button.
     
  3. NihitT

    NihitT Bit Poster

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    To find color sync on Mac do the following steps:
    1. Access the macOS ColorSync Utility by opening Finder,
    2. Select Applications,
    3. Double-clicking Utilities,
    4. Double-clicking ColorSync Utility.
    5. Next, open an image by clicking File, selecting Open, and locating the image you wish to use, then clicking the Open button.
    6. The image will open within the ColorSync Utility
     

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