Getting to Calibrate Settings in macOS Sierra

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In macOS Sierra the "Calibrate" option staff often use to calibrate their laptops on projectors and other external displays is hidden. This is particularly useful when trying to look at a dark picture or film.

This article is designed to help you re-access this option.

Step 1

After you have connected your laptop to a projector, click on the  in the top left corner and navigate to "System Preferences".

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Step 2

In System Preferences click on "Displays".

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Step 3

Click on "Color".

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Step 4

On the left hand side you will notice Display Profiles. If you click on these you will see changes to the brightness and color of your screen and projection. If none of these suit, continue to the next step.

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Step 5

Hold down the option button on the keyboard. Whilst holding the button down, click on "Calibrate".

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Step 6

You will notice "Expert Mode" is ticked. Click "Continue".

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Step 7

You now have access to all the expert features of Calibrate!

Should you need help using these options please click here to book in a 1:1 session.

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