[ubuntu] Can not add or change color profile in regular Ubuntu

[ubuntu] Can not add or change color profile in regular Ubuntu


Hi, I’ve been hearing about screen calibration recently and I would really like to get my displays (one a desktop and the other a lappy) calibrated. However, following the official steps does not go as it should. They say there is a “Devices” item in the settings, which there is not. There is a Color item, which I guess it what they intended.Screenie of Settings.jpg (See the attached screenie.) The odd thing is, they also say you can add additional profiles, but I’m pretty sure that option does not exist. What there is is the ability to choose (not modify) the two existing profiles. I don’t know why it won’t let you create a color profile. I checked the snap store and the only app that looked helpful just launched and apparently terminated. I’m just confused why the official instructions are so different from what I see. Thanks, Steve Attached Images Screenie of Settings.jpg (38.9 KB)


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