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Where is the Colorsync in Monterey ?

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Antonio Correia

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  1. macOS 12 Monterey
Where is Colorsync in Monteray ?
In other words:
Where do I install color profiles in Monteray ?

Everywhere I read Colorsync folder is under Library/Colorsync/Profiles Folder

In the iMac the folder Colorsync is absent however, in the MacBook it is there ! Both machines are updated.
Any help would be appreciated ! :thumbsup:
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There are two Library folders (or even three, but forget about the third one). The Library folder on the root of your disk contains a ColorSync folder where Apple has stored default profiles that must be accessible to every user. Other vendors can do the same. The user/Library folder is specific for that particular user. That means it will only contain a ColorSync folder if that user has installed one or more profiles himself. These will be profiles that are not accessible to other users. Custom monitor profiles are an example. The calibration software often allows you to choose between installing the profile just for yourself, or (if you are an adminitrator) for everybody.
 
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