On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 9:16 AM, Frank Gore <g...@projectpontiac.com> wrote:
> I've been pulling my hair out trying to figure out color management in Gimp.
> In the preferences, I clearly have "File Open Behaviour" set to "Ask
> what to do". My working profile is sRGB, and so is my Monitor profile.
> I have "Display rendering intent" set to "Relative colorimetric". Yet,
> everytime I open an image, Gimp never asks me what to do about the
> color profile. It always assumes sRGB, even if the embedded color
> profile is Adobe RGB or ProPhoto or whatever else. I always have to
> manually assign the right color profile after the file has been
> opened.
> Further, when I go to assign a color profile, I have to know in
> advance what the profile of that image was. Gimp doesn't tell me. It
> lets me change to whatever profile I want, but it won't let me know
> which one is embedded in the image.
Also.. does that mean that you go to the 'Color profile' section of
Image Properties and it says nothing / is blank?
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