Load color profile with f.lux
If you use a Spyder, the software profile loader may cause f.lux to flash periodically. You can disable the Spyder software on startup, and use f.lux instead to load the profile. Also, when you're calibrating a display, you'll want to do the opposite and quit f.lux before you do.
and use f.lux instead to load the profile
Can someone explain how?
f.lux will load the profile for each monitor when it starts up. nothing you have to do.
@herf thanks, how does it know which profile to load?
We use the Windows color profile for each display. You set it up in Windows control panel.