[Scribus] color management

jon info
Sat Feb 10 14:18:53 CET 2007

Am 10.02.2007 um 01:21 schrieb Damien Hull:

> I'm having trouble understanding and configuring color management.
> Here's what I've got at the moment.
>    1. Ubuntu Dapper
>    2. Scribus
>    3. LG Flatron L1720P
>    4. Lexmark C534dn ( nice color laser )
> Here's what I want to do.
>    1. Create a icc profile for my monitor
>          1. I ran lprof and created a profile
>          2. I have know idea if it is working
>    2. Create an icc profile for my printer
>          1. I downloaded the Adobe icc files but they don't have my 
> printer

I don't think think there are icc profiles available for this printer. 
But you might give lexmark.com a try.
You might also search your installation CD(s) for appropriate files.
But, anyway, it's unlikely that you will be truly satisfied with a 
standardized (in this case eventually cheaply
produced) profile (of cause this is [[ very ]] depending on your needs).

you may also try: http://www.color.org/findprofile.html
or go here: http://lists.freedesktop.org/mailman/listinfo/
there is a openicc list.

scribus (I don't remember how well .3.3.2 does here) uses inline color 
management and simulation wich you can
switch on and off. You can add profiles in setup or document setup. I 
don't know if there is a system wide CM-Module
for Linux (Ubuntu) and I don't know how or if scribus is affected by 


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