Using color management

When you use a LED-backlit wide-gamut monitor, the colors of the game graphics may look overly saturated. You can enable Four Winds color management to retain the original design colors of graphics (in sRGB color space).

To use color management to control the colors of the game graphics:
  1. Choose Preferences on the File menu.
  2. Choose General under the User Interface section in the category tree of the Preferences dialog box.
  3. Click the Use color management box to enable or disable this feature.

Note: To have colors correctly managed, you need to have a properly calibrated display, typically a hardware calibrated look-up-table rather than one created with software, e.g., Windows 7 internal software based calibration is not likely to produce satisfactory results.

Related topics:
Choosing the language of the user interface
Enabling or disabling the splash screen
Enabling or disabling editing of hand names
Leaving Windows Taskbar visible
Forcing MIDI to always play from the start
Bypassing DirectX sound
Using power save scheme
Configuring game controls
Specifying user file locations
Adjusting the speed of the animation
Keyboard shortcuts
Changing a theme
Using custom tiles
Customizing the sound effects and background music
Choosing the board size
Choosing a way to display discards