Thanks! I already solved it. It was everything on the docs, shame on me.
Long story short: Under windows, instruments that are not auto-detected need an extra driver. Launch DisplayCAL and select “Install ArgyllCMS instrument drivers…” from the “Tools” menu.
Did that and the colormunki design was detected properly.
Regarding the other question I asked to @gwgill, it’s also documented and it’s quite straight-forward.
I mean producing a correction matrix for colorimeters.
It just takes a quick reading with the spectro, then switch instruments and take a second reading with the colorimeter. DisplayCal will do the rest.
I’ve already uploaded a couple of CCMX for the Colorhug1 from some of my monitors. So far one for the solid LG 23MP55 that completely fixes the red tint I always had trying to set a custom white point, and other one for the LG Flatron E2340, probably the worst monitor I have ever seen. I hope nobody has one of those, it belongs to the garbage, but I’m still curious about how close to usable I can get it.
I have a few more that I’m going to calibrate so I might try to produce CCMX for them too.
So far it’s being fun, so I’ll keep playing.
Oh, btw. I’m also playing with my aged i1 display2, trying to figure it out whether a correction matrix can get it back to work. I don’t know if this is a good or a bad idea (probably bad) but at least I can gather some information comparing the results (gamut, gamut volume, curves) with my reference which is now the colormunki design.