Feb 102009

I’ve written the article ICC color correction in Firefox.  I’d like opinions on this.  I’m not sure how much detail I should go into; most of the nitty-gritty details of color correction are, in my opinion, beyond the scope of MDC, which is why I instead link to the  ICC web site.

Please feel free to suggest additions or revisions, or to make them yourself if you see anything that needs to be done.

 Posted by at 4:51 PM

  3 Responses to “Color correction documentation”

  1. 2 things:

    1-Specifying -1 (or anything not in the interval [0,3] for that matter) for a rendering intent causes the embedded intent of an image to be used. We decided that the embedded intent was too flakey to be used by default. See bug 444014.

    2-You should make it clear that, in the absence of gfx.color_management.display_profile, the OS is queried and the system-wide color profile (if it exists) is used.

    Looks good otherwise.

  2. Thanks — I’ve updated the doc.

  3. It may be interesting to try and get feedback from groups who care about ICC profiles and who aren’t in the Mozilla community. For instance:



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