On Thu, 2006-09-28 at 08:07 -0400, John R. Culleton wrote:

> But there is perhaps a way to do it. If a display function can be
> added to Gimp whereby a double conversion is done, from RGB to
> CMYK and back again, then the user could view the illo in Gimp
> with the gamut limited to what it will be in CMYK model, and
> adjust saturation etc. to bring the photo back up to
> requirements. Since there is already a function to separate into
> CMYK colors it could possibly be a recombination of those
> separations into a single image.  

This option exists since GIMP 2.2 (or even 2.0, I don't remember). It's
called a Soft Proof and there's a display filter for it. With 2.4 it
will become even easier to use this functionality.


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