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Package: digikam
Version: 2:1.0.0-1

Looking at the PS outpout of digikam, I see (with horror) that the data
is emitted in the DeviceRGB colour space, rather than being in one of
the absolute colour spaces (ABC-based or CIE-based) so that the printer
can perform any necessary calibration.

While working in the DeviceRGB colour space is okay for comics, business
graphics and similar applications, it is not acceptable for an appli-
cation that is supposed to deal with JPEGs encoded in an absolute colour
space (typically sRGB, as specified by EXIF).

I haven't checked the PDF output, but I suspect it has a similar bug.

                                        Juliusz Chroboczek

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On Sat, 13 Feb 2010 15:34:57 Juliusz Chroboczek wrote:
> Version: 2:1.0.0-1

Juliusz,

I have closed this report as it is against a very old version of digikam which 
is no longer supported by Debian.

I am sorry we have not been able to resolve this issue for you.

Upstream also provide support for digikam here: http://www.digikam.org/support

If this is an ongoing issue, could I ask you to file a new report against a 
newer version of digikam which is supported by Debian.  I know for a fact that 
the colour space support has been greatly enhanced in subsequent versions of 
digikam.

Mark

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