The below monitors are only compatible with ColorNavigator 6 and NX and are not supported by macOS Catalina. If your model is listed here, please refrain from updating the OS or change to a model that supports ColorNavigator 7 (see loyalty discount offer below, and a list of supported monitors here )
CG220, CG221, CG222W, CG223W
CG241W, CG242W, CG243W
Effected Calibration Sensors
The below sensors operate with a 32-bit driver and are not supported by macOS Catalina. Please refrain from updating the OS or change to a newer model.
CX1, EX1, EX2
Suggested recourse for the above listed monitors
Option 1 - Do not upgrade
If you would like to continue using ColorNavigator 6 or NX to hardware calibrate your monitor, please do not update to Catalina. We do understand that this is not an option for some of you, so read on.
Option 2 - Upgrade to a new EIZO ColorEdge CG (all come with a built-in sensor :o)
Take advantage of our loyalty discount offer to purchase a new ColorEdgen CG range monitor.
If you would like to update to a ColorEdge CG range monitor and take advantage of a 10% loyalty discount off any authorized reseller's price, or to find out which ex-demo units are available, please contact us via this online form.
Option 3 - Calibrate your EIZO on another computer then switch back
Use another computer that is compatible with ColorNavigator 6 to calibrate your monitor, then plug the calibrated monitor into your Catalina Mac. If you decide to take this option, click here for tips and instructions.
Option 4 - Run an "Assisted" Software Calibration
This is a cross between a hardware calibration and a software calibration - a viable way to calibrate your ColorEdge due to the LINEAR red, green, blue controls. You must purchase a software calibration kit - most Eizo partners stock them. Click here to learn more.
Further details required?
a) Contact the reseller from whom you purchased your EIZO for clarification.