Spyder4Elite 4.5.9 MacOS
What's Fixed in 4.5.9
- Updated the software activation code to use TLSv1 instead of SSLv3. This should be the fix that prevents warning bells from going off in various antivirus software during software activation (the SSLv3 issue).
- (OSX): Fixed an issue where the SpyderProof screen was being displayed with reduced saturation. This was noticeable on wide gamut displays, but could also have a slight effect on other displays.
- Assorted translation and cosmetic fixes.
What's Fixed in 4.5.8
- fixed an issue on OS X 10.9
What's Fixed in 4.5.6
- issue on OS X 10.8 with multiple monitors of differing gamuts
- particularly with wide-gamut monitors this may result in improper plot of monitor gamut
What's Fixed in 4.5.4
- color cast after calibration on some systems
- incorrect primary values stored in profiles on some systems
- invalid gamut plots in Spyder4 and/or Advanced Analysis on some systems
- inconsistency between gamut plot in Spyder4 and gamut plot in Advanced Analysis on some systems
What's Fixed in 4.5.2
- all installers require authentication (i.e. user must enter username and password to install software). This fixes permission errors during installation that occur on some systems.
- gamut for wrong monitor being displayed in Profile Overview screen sometimes on some systems
- all references to suction cup removed
- custom curve files are now stored in the Preferences folder instead of the Application folder. This fixes permission errors when saving custom curve files on newer versions OS X.
- fixed problems with Utility and Application communicating about what the length of the Recalibration Reminder should be
Advanced Analysis/Monitor Quality Analysis/MQA
- magnifying glass mouse pointers now work correctly
- when the report window was refreshed, the checkboxes and zoom buttons above the report display area were drawn incorrectly
- Gamut Plot - if the main monitor was Normal Gamut and the secondary monitor was Wide Gamut then the Gamut Plot of the secondary (wide gamut) monitor would appear to be the plot of a normal gamut monitor
Minimum System Requirements
- USB port
- 24-bit video card
- Spyder4 sensor
- Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, 10.12
- Color monitor with at least 1024x768 resolution