[Openicc] What is exactly needed: Embedded Profile in CUPSraster !!
max.derhak at onyxgfx.com
Mon Jun 6 12:08:19 PDT 2011
I personally prefer the term "Print Mode" for the whole thing, but I
guess I'm biased :^).
Senior Software Architect
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Behalf Of edmund ronald
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 11:31 AM
To: Open ICC Color Managment
Subject: Re: [Openicc] What is exactly needed: Embedded Profile in
Call the whole thing "print settings bundle"
On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 3:21 PM, Chris Murphy <lists at colorremedies.com>
On Jun 6, 2011, at 6:09 AM, Richard Hughes wrote:
> On 6 June 2011 12:55, Jan-Peter Homann <homann at colormanagement.de>
>> May be, you cold use the term "Printer ICC-Profile".
> When I asked the designers, only one knew ICC was something to do with
> color, and the other person who knew what ICC was seemed to think it
> was all about the game of cricket. :-)
>> - printer model
>> - media type
>> - printing quality
>> it would make sense to display this information e.g
>> profile metada:
>> Printer Model: HP Photosmart B109
>> Media Type: HP Photopaper 210g
>> Printquality: Best
> Makes sense. I have to be careful doing this, as my profile at the
> moment is tagged to be used for both Normal and Best, so I'll probably
> talk to the designers about how to structure this type of information.
Well until there is a reliable means of including print quality metadata
information in the profile in the first place, I don't see it as being
all that useful. I'm unaware of any product that enables this inclusion
As for including ICC in the name of anything, I think it means nothing
to 99% of users. So that makes it clutter for mortal users. Plus, it's
entirely conceivable one day there's support for non-ICC profiles.
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