Thanks much Esteban C. I'm not in practice of testing software, so it would be great if you could tell me which prior/previous version of the driver contained working support for all the color channels including Gamma.
I've tried the current beta 220.127.116.1152 (No GAMMA support) and
the latest GA release 18.104.22.16842
The link you provide only list Windows 10 drivers support as of Oct 2016, drivers released before that date don't have Windows 10 designations.
Like I said, would be great if you could just tell which release has support for GAMMA channels...
Thank you for the answer!
This is now going to be controlled by Windows 10* settings.
How to change it?
1- Right click, display settings
2- Advanced display settings
3- It is recommended to have the resolution as native (native resolution of the monitor, it should be set like this if you haven't changed it)
4- Go to color calibration
5- Click next
It'd be great to get feedback from you once this is adjusted as desired.
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The color calibration steps in windows 10 work okay, but not nearly as well as when these controls were in the driver. Gamma control isn't there, just brightness and contrast. So I suspect it is still a driver issue.
Thanks for the feedback nauidiver, hopefully this option will be available in a future driver.
The version 22.214.171.12401 has the GAMMA option if you want to try, you can download it here: