GNOME Color Manager 2.29.4 released
Richard Hughes released new version of GNOME Color Manager — a bundle of color management tools for GNOME.
Changes this time:
- basic implementation of printers profiling with ArgyllCMS and GtkPrint;
- which is why printers are detected by talking to CUPS now;
- you can now create virtual devices (e.g. printer from your fav photolab);
- support for target other than IT8 and display of small images of a chose target for reference;
- reading Exif from TIFF files that contain scans or snapshots of reflective targets;
- projectors are properly supported now;
- G-C-M now conforms to xicc 0.3 cpec;
- ColorMunki support was fixed;
- when interaction woith user is required, a sound is played via libcanberra (small new dependency);
- if a wrong ICC profile was chosen for a device (e.g. AdobeRGB for a display), an info bar will be displayed below;
- various bugs fixed;
- documentation was improved;
- translations were updated.