I'm noticing that Windows keep changing my ICC profiles whenever I change display modes. (Duplicate vs extended or whenever the resolution changes or something.)
I'm also noticing that my Dell still has a green tint that I cannot get rid of even though I did hardware calibration through their "Dell UltraSharp Color Calibration Solution". So annoying! My other display has a tiny smidgen of green tinting too, but it's hardly as severe.
When I open up Lightroom and the grey background comes up... It's fucking green grey on my Dell. On the other, it's nearly just an almost ordinary grey. It becomes a real problem when I'm looking at pictures of people with white shirts. Their shirts go from near perfect white to green-tinted.
I'm going nuts.
EDIT: Is there a way to just test for the white point in the i1Profiler and not have it also do that stupid fucking ambient lighting check. After it does that, the profile is always fucked (And no matter what option I deselect, it doesn't let me bypass it).
EDIT2: Ugh, it's even worse with Lightroom. Images I'm seeing in Lightroom are actually changed based upon what monitor I'm viewing it on. This ends up actually fucking me over because when I output the image... It doesn't look anything like what I set it to look like in Lightroom. FML.