[Digikam-users] Color correction
benjamin.girault at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 14:43:47 BST 2013
2013/9/11 Wolfgang Mader <Wolfgang_Mader at brain-frog.de>:
> On Wednesday 11 September 2013 15:00:45 Gilles Caulier wrote:
>> 2013/9/11 Wolfgang Mader <Wolfgang_Mader at brain-frog.de>:
>> > On Wednesday 11 September 2013 12:01:50 you wrote:
>> >> 2013/9/11 Wolfgang Mader <Wolfgang_Mader at brain-frog.de>:
>> >> > Hi list,
>> >> >
>> >> > since 4.10, I guess, KDE comes with integrated color correction.
>> >> Ah ??? Where it is in KDE control center. Here i use KDE 4.10.5, and
>> >> Display & Monitor settings has size/orientation + locker + gamma
>> >> section.
>> > I am on Arch Linux and had to install the package kolor-manager
>> > separately.
>> > Then you get a new icon on the top level of system settings called "Color
>> > Management" and a new box to tick in the "Desktop Effects" -> Advanced ->
>> > Box(Enable Color Correction (Experimental)).
>> > They use the oyranos framework
>> > http://www.oyranos.org/kolormanager/
>> Sound like an extra package from your distro not a standard one
>> distributed by KDE. Here (Mageia3), it do not exist...
> Thanks anyway for yout time. Let's wait if or until this feature enters KDE
If you are using oyranos framework, then my intial answer is wrong,
since this is different from colord. Oyranos has been available for
quite a while now (contrary to colord which is recent), and I doubt it
will be included in KDE SC. I have no idea also as to the interference
with digiKam color correction.
Colord for KDE is available on ArchLinux with the AUR package colord-kde.
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