Re: [Gimp-developer] (no subject)

I can still reproduce this on latest master
(5835a730a3eef3cee579c50b250bb8ba15b77d7c), using the images that are
available for download at the bottom of that page.

Strangely, if you open the 16 bit tiff, and choose not to convert it
into the sRGB builtin colorspace, the image still displays with the
wrong gamma on canvas, but the thumbnail on the tab in single window
mode looks correct to me.

  -- drawoc

On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 10:05 AM, Simon Budig <simon budig de> wrote:
> Elle Stone (l elle stone gmail com) wrote:
>> (4) Although Gimp 2.9 correctly opens 8-bit tiffs, when opening any
>> 16-bit tiff, the image is subjected to a roughly gamma=2.2 curve. All
>> RGB colors are altered (it's not just a display problem), so the
>> resulting image is too light.
> Hmm, I am not fully sure what is the right thing to do there. On June
> 6th I did a change to the TIFF loading code, ensuring that the samples
> in the TIFF get treated as linear. Did you do your tests before or after
> that date?
> Thanks,
>        Simon
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