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Tor Lillqvist wrote:
| Tor Lillqvist writes:
|  > Possibly the lcms.dll in the lcms11.zip file isn't suitable as such
|  > to be used from GIMP, but will have to be rebuilt from source.
|
| Yes, that seems to be the case. I don't know the technical reasons,
| but when I built the lcms DLL from sources (a rather simple
| ./configure --disable-static && make job), no crash any longer.
|
| Still, as I really don't understand colour management very well, I'll
| leave it to others to say whether it is useful or not. (In fact I am a
| bit colourblind, so I have wondered whether it even would make any
| sense for me to try to use a colour managed workflow for my digital
| photo workflow at all ;-).)

There has been some work done to try and use color matching software to
do color matching and proofing for color-blind people.  This has been
mostly done as accessibility research.  I think prepress applications
can be found as well.

This is not the original link I found, but it is pretty good:
http://www.internettg.org/newsletter/mar99/accessibility_color_challenged.html

This is actually a fairly well researched topic, and I believe the Meyer
article was the original source I red on this topic.

As for learning about how to apply color management,
"Real World Color Management" by Fraser, Murphy, and Bunting is pretty
good, with only a few probably-insignificant for pre-press mistakes.

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Daniel
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