[Scribus] Color Management on GNU/Linux ? please HELP !
Fri Oct 22 00:54:38 CEST 2004
Sorry for my bad english...
I'm using a Debian Sarge GNU/Linux system and try
to work with Scribus for printer PDF...
I'm looking to have the famous Color Management featurs
but don't find :(
I've find some url :
-> I've installed packages liblcms1 libcms1-dev and libcms-utils
# dpkg -L scribus|grep profile
I found the place for profile is
I've placed in this directory some files I've found
in a Windows Monitor "Drivers" zip file :
Also, some other file from
sRGB Color Space Profile.ICM
(is it right ? what's needed ?)
But still no "Color Management" item in Scribus settings menu :(
An important thing is that I have not find
any program like qtmonitorprofiler !
I've posted question about qtmonitorprofiler on
lcms-user at lists.sourceforge.net and the reponse is :
>2) qtMonitorProfiler.exe from lcms 1.09 was available as a binary.
> Did I understood it right, that the support for the
> MonitorProfiler was dropped with latter versions of lcms?
That"s right, the open source LCMS profiler "lprof" (->
qtMonitorProfiler, etc.) has been discontinued (the last released
version was 1.09). And Marti"s new profiler is now only available in
binary format, for Windows only.
So, I'm using Scribus on a GNU/Linux system (really, I'm a poor
man, sorry) and I'm looking for the Scribus "Color Management" because
for now, colors in PDF for printer export are to light (shift about 8%,
not only gamma correction kind)...
What should I do ?
Please, is it possible ?
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