[Scribus] Color management in Scribus
Sun Oct 31 01:15:05 CEST 2004
When I replied I just hit the reply button forgetting to check the email
address that is why it went directly to you.
So, I am reposting it.
This is just to say to everyone that my problem with color management has
been solved simply by reconfiguring Scribus.
I thought, it would be helpful to insert a brief note in the install
instructions about the steps of enabling color management in Scribus. It
simple, I can see it now, but unless you are a developer, not at all obvious
how to do it.
>From: Craig Ringer <craig at postnewspapers.com.au>
>To: Jozsef Mak <j_mak3 at hotmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [Scribus] Color management in Scribus
>Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2004 03:26:31 +0800
>On Sun, 2004-10-31 at 01:31, Jozsef Mak wrote:
> > Hi Craig
> > Thanks a lot by telling me to reconfigure scribus after installing lcms.
> > This solved my problem and now the Color management tool works fine. I
> > reread Scribus and lcms installation notes and found no indication
> > whatsoever, that you have to do this reconfiguration step to enable
> > management. How is it possible that such an essential information has
> > left out from the install notes?
>I'm not really sure - probably nobody thought of it. I haven't really
>been involved in the documentation side of things so far. My best guess
>is that nobody thought to mention that the library is discovered at
>configure time, because that's how (almost) all software works under
>Linux. You know how it's easy to forget to mention things that aren't
>obvious because you already know them and don't tend to think of them as
>directly associated with what you're talking about?
>It might not be a bad idea to post to the list (your reply was directly
>to me) noting that you've solved the issue. You could also then suggest
>a change to the docs to highlight the need to re-run configure after
>installing/updating libraries like qt or lcms.
>Anyway, glad I could help.
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