Be aware calculating your macros on a website is a rough estimate, it’s not a guarantee. The only way to know what works and what doesn’t is to try things, take data (pictures, weight log, etc.) and see what’s effective. @xXSeraphimXx is spot on:
If you want to get lean, you’re going to have to deal with being hungry. 2600 cals is still a lot, if you’re hungry then you need to address your food choices. Which leads me to my next question, what’s your diet? You seem very meticulous, so please post your meals, food choices in each meal, etc.
Ultimately, if you’re not losing, you need to create more of a deficit. I know you may feel like you just can’t go lower than 2600, but believe me, you totally can. Again, you and I are the same weight and I’m eating way less than you, and am not starving. Hungry sometimes, sure, but that’s a mental obstacle that you can either deal with, or not.
Just for comparison, a very good friend and client of mine when we started working together a little over two years ago he was 365lbs. Currently, after 2 years of working together, he’s 190lbs. He stalled out similar to you at 230, and rather than adjusting calories, we adjusted macros and put him on a keto style diet of high fat, moderate protein and very low carbs. You may find adjusting macros could be helpful here. Additionally, raising fats and lowering carbs should keep hunger at bay since fats keep blood sugars low and take a long time to digest.
Not trying to be a negative guy, but just based on these two statements, it doesn’t seem like they could have been followed exactly if you don’t know the numbers.
Are you weighing your food, every meal, every day?