[scribus] matching colors
mick.crane at gmail.com
Tue Jul 7 18:09:54 CEST 2009
On 7 Jul 2009, at 16:17, alec <firestick13 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I imported an eps image I made in GIMP into my Scribus document
>>> and then
>>> tried to create a color (in Scribus) to match the image. I copied
>>> the CMYK
>>> values to get the same color as in the image, but on my screen the
>>> look different. Perhaps it would print ok, but I don't have a
>>> printer to
>>> test it. Is there a reason why the color of the image would look
>>> than the color of the box even though the CMYK values match
>>> eachother? I
>>> attached the image and the Scribus document, in case that helps.
>> Since the attachments were removed by the list server I can't be
>> 100% sure
>> that my answer is correct but there is perhaps a 90% or greater
>> chance tha the
>> colors are different because the two objects are either in
>> different color
>> spaces and/or are using different rendering intents.
> Thanks Hal.
> I haven't even heard those terms before. I just tried to research
> a bit, but what I found didn't really help. So any tips how I might
> the colors to match correctly?
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