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Mar 16, 2005, 00:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Periodically I hear someone say that Linux isn't suitable for graphic design work. One common complaint is its lack of an integrated system-wide color management system (CMS). Fortunately today's Linux systems have free cross-platform open source color management alternatives.

"To those who work primarily with graphic data, having a color-managed system is as important as having CVS is to a programmer: it takes care of a well-understood problem by abstracting the details. You set it up once and let it handle the repetitive-but-important tasks so you can keep your mind on design questions..."

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