> It seems to me you completely misunderstood the whole thing. What makes > you think there is any CMYK -> RGB conversion involved here?
I think he's talking about the procedure to perform when the source file is CMYK. The proposal is to convert it to RGB (in the "what about CMYK files" section of the Peter's document). I have to say that after reading the whole proposal I'm pretty enthusiastic about these changes (even though I wasn't very convinced at first). It looks like a totally different way to manage the workflow and it lools very promising. However, the "what about CMYK files" sounds destructive, since the original separations will be discarded and a new separation will be created. The projections thing sounds great for new artwork, where you can actually define what layer will go in each plate, but sounds tricky for flattened artwork. What if I want to touch up an image that a client sent me, already separated? Gez _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer