Leonardo Canducci wrote:
> 2008/11/28 Mogens Jæger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> Leonardo Canducci skrev:
>>> I don't plan to buy a device for monitor calibration. They're not cheap nor
>>> supported on linux, and they look like overkill for my purpose: getting
>>> acceptable color consistency across different pcs, web galleries and lab 
>>> prints.
>>> I just thought that loading the specific icm profile for my lcd
>>> monitor (obtained
>>> from the manufacturer) was better than nothing. Of course I also changed lcd
>>> osd settings - with almost no ambient  light - according to some test 
>>> charts and
>>> images found on the internet. Since pictures looked really different before 
>>> and
>>> after loading the icm profile I don't get what's better for my workflow.
>>> Anyway I don't get why it shouldn't make sense using this profile. 
>>> Shouldn't I
>>> get an better result with that?
>>> Thanks!
>> I've got a Spyder2 colorimeter, and I have it working under Linux - in
>> my case Suse 10.3 and 11. - have a look at Argyll.

Some of your correspondence hasn't appeared on the gimp-user list -
I also have a Spyder2 colorimeter but haven't had it working under Linux.
Can you give some more details and/or links?

Many thanks,


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