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    Easy monitor calibration

    I have discovered a new technique.


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    Ha. clever!
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    LOL cute Good way to match the exact colours
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    Bit difficult to pick up a landscape and plonk it in front of the monitor though!
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    What a crack up
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    Cute lol!
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    What a Crack Up

    Can l borrow the cat .. so l can calibrate my monitor as well !?

    Cheers

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    LOL; things people think about. I think your screen may be a bit blue

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