After upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10, my work in Corel Photo Paint has a strong cream filter. It is correct when saved - eg a jpeg saves with a white background, but in Photo Paint it appears with a cream background. Is there some kind of calibration problem perhaps? I was going to re-install the program as a first measure, but can't find where to download a replacement from.
Below is a screen snip illustrating the problem - workspace behind, but as the image appears (correctly) in the jpeg save-as dialogue.
I don't have time to go into details, but here is a clue, remove the display color profile in Windows 10 OS (or use a correct one generated by color calibration equipment for your display).
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Bad display profile
I've been looking at this, and I'm not sure that is the problem. It's just the Photopaint work area that seems to have a cream filter. Everything else is normal - all other programs display just fine. The 'save as' dialogue box within Photopaint even displays properly - see the image I attached.
How about the CorelDRAW work area?