Photoshop: Doesn't correctly show your selected monitor profile in all screen modes on external monitor

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while working in Photoshop CC 2017, switching screen few (f) color shows differently in fullscreen view. Does not switch back, so I would have to activate my chosen profile in system settings again....

I'm using ICC profile for external monitor. does not happen if I use given monitor profile

never had that problem in older versions

screenshot below...
look at the dark tones wheel and jacket.
color face and asphalt
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Posted 2 years ago

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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You references Grid view. Photoshop doesn't have a grid view other than tiled documents. Do you mean Lightroom or Bridge?
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I mean the display modes in Photoshop CC 2017 (switching with key f). standard view, fullscreen view with toolbar, fullscreen. The first two show it ok. In the third one color shows differently.

I'm using Sierra. Using an external Monitor with ICC Profile.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Just to confirm, this problem only occurs on the external monitor?
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Gabi

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Yes, only with external monitor.
(For the MacBook Pro I do not use any calibrated profile ...)
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Gabi

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Here is what I figured out about the described problem:

Photoshop CC 2017 doesn't show you're selected monitor profile in full screen.
What is unbearable if you edit fotos on a calibrated monitor.
(tested on other Macs than mine as well)

Solution:
Install Photoshop CC 2015.
Everything will work properly!


I hope Adobe will solve that problem for the newer version soon!
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Hi Gabi, QE looked into the issue. The problem is reverse of what you describe. Full Screen Mode is displaying the correct profile. The others are showing incorrect results. We're looking into this issue. Thanks.
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Dear Jeffrey. Since the last post I worked on many pictures and figured out that the settings are changing as well in CC 2015, CC 2014 and CC. I use CS 6 now. Is that a Photoshop problem? Or is the reason the new Sierra? Do you have any suggestion what I could do?! Thank you, Gabi
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Thank you, Jeffrey!

Please keep me updated.

I'll use Photoshop CC 2015 till than...