[Digikam-users] editing with Color Management enabled is very slow?

Erik Felthauser efelthauser at gmail.com
Wed Mar 27 00:45:02 GMT 2013

>  >>
>> >
>> > Yes, I am able to select a different monitor profile even when system
>> > monitor device correction profile is set via colord, actually, I have
>> to,
>> > because I do not even have such an option as "Monitor Profile from
>> System
>> > Settings" in my DK CM monitor profile list... It appears digiKam (i'm
>> > running 3.0.0.) is not aware of colord or something. Maybe it is an
>> issue
>> > with KDE not announcing properly, maybe digiKam not listening, or maybe
>> my
>> > setup in particular...
>> That is interesting. As you say, it appears that digiKam (a KDE/qt
>> app) isn't aware that colord assigned a system monitor profile. Do you
>> have Gimp (a Gnome/gtk app) on your computer? Is Gimp aware that you
>> have a system monitor profile?
>> Elle
> I have not had access to my production machine. I'll check and report this
> evening.

Looking at GIMP, I see my system monitor profile in the list, and above
this there is a checkbox 'Try to use the system monitor profile', which it
allows me to check / enable.
Looking at krita, I do NOT find my system monitor profile in the list to
choose from (there appears no way to add any not in the list), and the
checkbox above "Use system monitor profile" is greyed out and unchecked...

Any ideas?

I wonder if this is related: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=312153
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