On Mon, 2009-02-23 at 15:12 -0500, John Culleton wrote:
> I copied the standard Gimp color wheel into a png image. I
> loaded the image into Gimp 2.65. I tried to soft proof it
> using view>display and then selecting color management and
> color proof. There was no change in the image. In theory
> there should be gray bars in the image where the CMYK gamut
> did not cover some shades.
> What more do I need to do to use soft proofing? If icc color
> profiles are needed how do I make them available to Gimp
> 2.6.5? I have various icc profiles in ~/colors for use by
You can either configure GIMP for Soft Proofing in the Color Management
section in the Preferences dialog, or, if you insist on doing it the
hard way, use View->Display Filters and set up the display filter
manually. Of course you will need color profiles. But it should be
obvious where to set them, no?
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