> I am afraid that this is not possible simply because the color > selector is not associated with an image. All we can do is to correct > the color selector using the monitor profile.
You mean that the colour selector would implicitly always be sRGB? I'm afraid that's not a good idea. Assume GIMP uses Sven's original idea (i.e. Alastair's preferred method) where images keep their original colour space. Say a user is working on an image in some colour space with a much larger gamut than sRGB. If the colour selector allows only sRGB colours to be selected, the "most blue" colours he can select have the B value 255. When converted to the image's wide-gamut colour space, the colour will have significantly less B value. There won't be any way to select the colours that are out of the colour selector's sRGB gamut. I don't know what the solution is. Maybe some way to (temporarily) associate an invokation of the colour selector with a specific image? An entry in the <Image> menu "Select colour in image's colour space"? What does Potatoshop do? --tml _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer