Change Color Profiles Instantly from the Mac OS X Menu Bar with ProfileMenu

Jun 1, 2012 - Leave a Comment

Color profile menu switcher for Mac OS X

Whether you’re a designer, gamer, or you just frequently switch color profiles to use different external displays, you’ll find ProfileMenu useful. As the name implies, ProfileMenu stores all color profiles in an OS X menu bar item that can be accessed from anywhere, allowing you to instantly switch from one profile to the next on the fly. This is much faster than switching profiles yourself through System Preferences, and really it feels like a feature that should be included in the optional Displays menu.

Setup is as easy as double-clicking the app, you can select to launch it at login if you’d like otherwise there isn’t much else to it. All in all it’s a simple yet very handy tool for anyone who flips through different color settings with any regularity.

ProfileMenu comes to us from the same developer who created the excellent Consultants Canary tool, while you’re over on the devs site it’s also worth downloading.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Mac OS X, Tips & Tricks

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