[Scribus] Monitor calibration
Mon Nov 1 22:49:24 CET 2004
OK. I start all over again. When you install Photoshop on windows the
installer automatically places an Adobe Gamma tool in the Control Panel. If
you want to calibrate your monitor you just double-click the Adobe Gamma
icon, which brings up the profiler window where you can calibrate the
Now, suppose someone ask me how to calibrate his monitor. I would tell him;
first, click on the Start menu; then in the submenu chose Control panel.
Double click the Control Panel icon and in the resulting submenu find the
Adobe Gamma tool. Double click that, it will bring up the Profiler window
and then just follow the instructions.
This is what I am trying to inquire about. Not the theory behind monitor
calibration, but the actual place of the Monitor profiler tool in Scribus.
Because I searched all menus but I found no such a tool anywhere.
I read the Quick start on Monitor calibration in the online Scribus
documentation, but that talk about theory and tell nothing about the issue,
I mentioned above.
I hope this posting is clearer than my previous one.
Thanks for any replies.
>From: Plinnell <scribusdocs at atlantictechsolutions.com>
>To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
>Subject: Re: [Scribus] Monitor calibration
>Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2004 17:52:19 +0100
>On Monday 01 November 2004 00:52, Jozsef Mak wrote:
> > Could anyone tell me how to do monitor calibration in Scribus, using
> > I mean, how to start the calibration program.
> > mak
>Those are two separate applications. Monitor profiling is done via the
>littlecms profiling tools. Then scribus uses the create profile and the
>littlecms libraries for color management.
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