Joined: 01 Dec 2011 Posts: 633 Location: Kamloops BC Canada
Posted: Mon 06 Feb 2012, 19:19 Post_subject:
Tweak color management settings in SeaMonkey 2.xx
SeaMonkey 2.xx provides limited color management support by default. However, its settings can be tweaked to provide greater support. Furthermore, SeaMonkey 2.61 has an extra setting to enable version 4 of the icc specification. This means the browser is able to render images with greater color consistency regardless of the devices and applications used to create them.
To enable these settings, one must have a color calibrated monitor at the very least. For most puppy users, the easiest way to do this is to download the color profile that matches your monitor, then use a program such as xcalib to do the calibration based on the vcgt data within the color profile (a file with .icm or .icc extension).