My OS uses Mate, not Cinnamon, but I guess it doesn't matter. Maybe
Darktable should remember the last used file?
it looks like neither colord nor the X11 atom hold your display profile.
AFAIK Cinnamon doesn't have built-in Color Management.
On 15.04.2018 19:45, Alexander Rabtchevich wrote:
I use git master. That is the output:
darktable-cmstest version 2.5.0+315~gbd094e2
this executable was built with colord support enabled
darktable itself was built with colord support enabled
couldn't locate primary CRTC!
CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 1 has no mode or no output, skipping
CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 2 has no mode or no output, skipping
CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 3 has no mode or no output, skipping
CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 4 has no mode or no output, skipping
CRTC for screen 0 CRTC 5 has no mode or no output, skipping
DVI-D-0 the X atom and colord returned the same profile
X atom: _ICC_PROFILE (0 bytes)
description: (file not found)
Better check your system setup
- some monitors lacked a profile
You may experience inconsistent color rendition between color managed
Geeqie determines correct profile without problems. GIMP seems not to
have problems too.
Tobias Ellinghaus wrote:
Am Sonntag, 15. April 2018, 13:07:35 CEST schrieb Alexander Rabtchevich:
Darktable can't determine automatically my monitor profile. The OS is
Mint 18.3 x64, the profile is loaded by DisplayCal program (it uses
argyll). Darktable writes "monitor profile", but it seems it uses sRGB
(the view is the same). I can select the correct profile manually (it is
placed in the proper darktable directory), but it has to be dome by
hands after each program run.
What's the output of darktable-cmstest and what version of darktable
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