Quick question for the Windows users (since I'm more of a Mac person),
In the Color Management Control Panel, there's an advanced tab relating to Windows Color System (WCS) Defaults...
See this figure:
I have changed the Device profile to my icm profile for the display (yep, running Win 7 on Parallels) but it's unclear (and a Google search didn't help) whether the WCS profile for the Viewing condition profile should be WCS profile for ICC viewing conditions
or WCS profile for sRGB viewing conditions
From what limited and confusing info I've found, it doesn't seem like the Advanced panel doesn't really make any difference if you are using color managed apps like Photoshop & Lightroom as long as your display profile is correctly set as the Default in the Devices panel.
I've tried both options and see not difference (even doing a reboot between changes...
As far as I know (correct me if I'm wrong) the whole WCS Gamut Mapping thing that uses CIECAM02 isn't relevant when using color managed apps like PS & LR, right? Meaning, the WCS color appearance model isn't really being used with a totally ICC based color management, right?
Thanks...I'm painfully aware of all the issues on Mac (that Apple has forced on users) but I'm not experienced in Win CM.