Softproof - Lightroom vs. Photoshop

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Hi,

When I enable softproofing in Lightroom, I get a completely different result than when I am doing the softproof in Photoshop (see below). The profile that I am using for soft proofing is the following: 
http://www.saal-digital.at/fileadmin/downloads/softproof/SaalDigital_SoftProof_Fuji.zip



When soft proofing is disabled, the image looks exactly the same in Photoshop and Lightroom.

 


The hardproof is very close to the Photoshop softproof (i.e., far darker than the Lightroom softproof). I am using Lightroom 2015.9 and Photoshop 2017.0.1 on Windows 10 (CPU: Intel Core i7, GPU: Intel 4000 & Nvidia 650m).

Thanks,
Christian

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Do you see the same soft-proof result in Adobe Camera Raw (by setting up the workflow option using your color profile)? How about also turning the GPU acceleration off in both Lr and ACR?
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The soft proof in Adobe Camera Raw looks the same as in Lightroom.
The difference between Lightroom and Photoshop still persists aftering disabling GPU acceleration in both Lightroom and Photoshop (I also did a restart in between).