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Re: need ADOBE RGB




In a message dated 7/1/99 6:41:04 PM, rohcris@vtx.ch writes:

>I'm often using Bruce RGB, but at each change of working space  I have
>to 
>use the load button and to scrumble through the whole directory before
>getting 
>to the right file; Is there a way (special folder, special suffix..) to
>save these 
>Bruce RGB settings and have them listed in the dropdownmenu, along with
>
>Adobe RGB and with its proper name rather than custom ?
>
We were discussing saving out a colorspace makes it available as a profile, 
not for convenient reloading as a workingspace.  But using the save button 
will allow you to save your custom profile and reload it by using the load 
button. This is slightly more convenient than resetting each time.

C. David Tobie
Design Cooperative
CDTobie@designcoop.com
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