How to have less "yellow" on the screen?


U

URBAN

Hello There,
I am writing to excellent professionals who are in this group.Someone
would solve my problem, I am sure.
I have a Windows xp Media Center. All is fine except that on the
monitor's screen yellow is stronger than red and blue. (I am
assuming ,as a novice , that colours are made as different
compositions of red,blue and yellow. I hope this is true?!!!) The
strange thing is that on the monitor there is no way to alter this
"over-yellowness". Can the Windows xp itself help?
I shall be obliged if you let me know some way of dealing with this
problem, not fatal but sometimes ennoying.
To anyone who reads this:- Have a nice weekend.
Urban
 
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J

JD

URBAN said:
Hello There,
I am writing to excellent professionals who are in this group.Someone
would solve my problem, I am sure.
I have a Windows xp Media Center. All is fine except that on the
monitor's screen yellow is stronger than red and blue. (I am
assuming ,as a novice , that colours are made as different
compositions of red,blue and yellow. I hope this is true?!!!) The
strange thing is that on the monitor there is no way to alter this
"over-yellowness". Can the Windows xp itself help?
I shall be obliged if you let me know some way of dealing with this
problem, not fatal but sometimes ennoying.
To anyone who reads this:- Have a nice weekend.
Urban
Screen colors are generally composed of Red, Green and Blue. In
photography, Yellow is a combination of Red and Green.

Can you provide more information? What kind of monitor and video card
are you using?

Right mouse click on a blank space on your screen and select Properties.
You can mess around with your display settings there. Since I'm not
sitting there looking at your monitor you need to be careful with what
you change.
 
K

Kenny

Look in your video card settings for colour correction and try different
gamma settings.
 
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R

RalfG

The Advanced settings for you display adapter may have what you need. For
ATI video cards look on the Color tab (or Color settings if Catalyst Control
Center is being used instead of the older control panel).

You can set Desktop and 3D options separately. Uncheck the All Colors
checkbox and select the BLUE radio button. Then adust the Brightness or
Gamma. In the RGB color space, colors change in conjunction with their
opposites, Blue-Yellow, Green-Magenta and Red-Cyan. Increasing Blue
decreases Yellow and vice versa. Same for the other color pairs.
 

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