On Sunday 12 March 2006 09:44, Sven Neumann wrote:
> "John R. Culleton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > There has been a history of Gimp leadership downplaying the needs
> > of the DTP world. In particular the CMYK color model has been
> > avoided. Now there is (slow) movement in that direction, but CMS
> > profiles are needed as well.
> There has been what? I have been pushing the introduction of color
> management using ICC profiles for quite a while. The need for other
> color models and high color depths has been acknowledged years ago
> when we decided that we need to redesign the GIMP core to be able to
> handle all this. I have been supporting anyone who has expressed
> his/her interest to work on the GIMP code.
I apparently misinterpeted what I had read earlier. So I look
forward to more facilities in support of DTP including CMYK
output and CMYK visibility onscreen, even if the actual work is
done in RGB.
In this context PostScript and evenually PDF output is part of
the puzzle too. I use TeX and pdftex won't take a TIFF file as
input. Apparently there are too many variants.
In the meantime I will try to locate the PostScript output code
(again) and try to clean it up a bit, as we discussed many moons
Thanks for your continued efforts.
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