Ah, no. You just have to click on the label and then the buttons appear.

Not very intuitive but this seems to be a common problem with gnome-

** Changed in: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Invalid

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  [regression] Gnome settings - color: No ability to add new color
  profile via GUI

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Bug description:
  (As seen in the latest daily build of 32bit Ubuntu Budgie 18.04)

  The "Color" page within Settings has a "Learn More" link, which points
  to the Ubuntu Desktop Guide. Within this, I found a page called "How
  do I test if color management is working correctly?", which suggests
  that it's possible to click on a button called "Add profile" to enable
  a test colour profile (and presumably other profiles also).

  The current development version of Gnome, as seen in the latest daily
  build of Ubuntu Budgie 32bit, has no such button visible within
  Settings > Color. See screenshot.


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