> That is possible. You can already do that in GIMP 2.2, but I admit
> that using the Softproof filter in 2.2 is somewhat tedious. This will
> be improved in 2.4. It allows you to work in RGB but the screen (if
> properly calibrated using a monitor profile) will show you what the
> print will look like, taking the printer color profile into
> account. And that is indeed the workflow everyone is converting to
> nowadays. It really doesn't make much sense to work in CMYK except for
> special tasks like using spot colors.

In 2.3.7 I don't see a softproof filter. Do I need 2.2.x. to use

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