jakebunce at googlemail.com
Mon Apr 7 13:28:02 BST 2008
I'd try posting this on a EoG devel forum, see if they can help.
On 07/04/2008, norman <norman at littletank.org> wrote:
> I recently had occasion to look at some images in the default viewer,
> Eye of Gnome, and noticed that these images seemed to be sharper and
> brighter than the same images opened in either gThumb or GIMP. The
> images opened in gThumb and GIMP were virtually the same in appearance.
> After lots of experimentation the nearest I could get the images opened
> in GIMP to those opened in EoG was to increase the saturation of the
> GIMP images.
> You may say 'so what' but I want to compare and contrast images with
> others and it makes it that more difficult if we have to make sure we
> use the same application to view our images.
> I have posed the question on the GIMP list but, apart from being blinded
> with colour management, I have not progressed. So, I have a situation
> where, with the same hardware and operating system (ie my set up) and
> the same images what I see on my monitor is software dependent.
> Is there anyone on this list who may be able to throw some light on the
> situation, please?
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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