Alastair M. Robinson writes:

> I beg to differ!
>
> A silently applied destructive change to the image data is in my 
> opinion a very important factor! 

It should definitely not be silently applied.  When you open an image
that uses a different colorspace from the standard one, you should
get a dialog that asks whether you want to (1) convert to Gimp's
working space, or (2) use the RGB values without conversion.  If
you convert, then you should be asked to choose a conversion intent.
Nothing should happen without the user's knowledge.

For users who don't want to deal with these things, it may be useful
to have a preference which, if enabled, turns off colorspace conversions
and all queries related to them.

Best,
  -- Bill
 

 
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