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What happens if you increase the Color control setting? Will that move green and red "farther out" (increase their saturation). I've only seen one video display (a DLP projector with a poorly chosen green filter) that can't oversaturate green (allowing you to correct it with either the Color control or CMS controls. Having green displaced towards yellow as it is in that graph should be visible... tipping all shades of green a bit towards yellow. Your green is undersaturated in that it can't get far enough away from red to be accurate. If there is a "red" control in the CMS controls for Green, it should be reduced, if it can be reduced (sometimes they can't). If you have no CMS controls (not familiar with your model and haven't followed every post), the only control you have over Saturation is the Color control (if it adjust saturation, some Color controls affect luminance more than saturation). Keep in mind that errors in green are the most visible errors and are the ones you most want to avoid. Yellow, cyan, and red errors are next easiest to see, magenta errors are next, and blue errors are hardest to see.
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