GNOME Color Manager 2.30.0

gnome-color-manager is a session program that makes it easy to manage, install
and generate color profiles in the GNOME desktop.

Version 2.30.0
Released: 2010-03-29

* Translations
 - Add Simplified Chinese translation (Eleanor Chen)
 - Update Czech translation (Milan Knížek)
 - Updated German doc translation (Mario Blättermann)
 - Updated German translation (Christian Kirbach)
 - Updated German translation (Mario Blättermann)
 - Updated Lithuanian translation (Gintautas Miliauskas)
 - Updated Norwegian bokmål translation (Kjartan Maraas)
 - Updated Polish translation (Piotr Drąg)
 - Updated Portuguese translation (António Lima)
 - Updated Russian translation (Alexandre Prokoudine)
 - Updated Slovenian translation (Andrej Žnidaršič)
 - Updated Spanish translation (Jorge González)

* New Features:
 - Add a 'created' and 'modified' key to each device in the config
file (Richard Hughes)
 - Add a DBus method GetDevices() and relax the checks in
GetProfilesForDevice() to also take a device ID (Richard Hughes)
 - Add an entry to the FAQ to explain the difference between
calibration and characterization (Richard Hughes)
 - Add a notification when devices with profiles need recalibrating
(Richard Hughes)
 - Add CMP DT 003 target image submitted by Guy Kloss (Pascal de Bruijn)
 - Add images of the Colorimtre HCFR (Richard Hughes)
 - Add images of the i1 Pro (Richard Hughes)
 - Add info regarding high precision for display profiling (Milan Knížek)
 - Allow the user to choose the calibration precision using an
interactive dialog (Richard Hughes)
 - Convert the .tiff files to .jpeg if we are creating a print profile
(Richard Hughes)
 - Do not rely on usb.ids, but instead encode the colorimeter type in
the udev rules (Richard Hughes)
 - Emit ::changed on the public DBus interface when devices are added
or removed (Richard Hughes)
 - For laptops, use the DMI data to contruct the calibration filename
(Richard Hughes)
 - Make sure the profile comboboxes are alphabetically sorted (Richard Hughes)
 - Show each device setting when we use gcm-inspect --dump (Richard Hughes)
 - Use libsane to get our scanners, which means remote devices are now
supported (Richard Hughes)
 - When devices are connected and disconnected, do not remove then add
them, just change the state (Richard Hughes)

* Bugfix:
 - Check and correct TIFF image files with alpha channels before using
them in argyllcms. Fixes rh#569564 (Richard Hughes)
 - Correct terminology in help file (Milan Knížek)
 - Correct use of calibrate/profile and replace device by instrument
(Milan Knížek)
 - Do not crash attempting to add cups printers without PPD file
(Martin Szulecki)
 - Do not crash the DBus service if a device does not have a profile
set and it is included in a query (Richard Hughes)
 - Do not crash when GetProfileForWindow() succeeds in finding a
window (Richard Hughes)
 - Do not use ACL_MANAGE, udev is already doing this for us (Richard Hughes)
 - Fix "cast increases required alignment of target type" [ia64] (Kamal Mostafa)
 - Fix up some translatable messages. Fixes #612111 (Richard Hughes)
 - Fix wrong word in data/ Fixes
#612105 (Christian Kirbach)
 - If there are any lcms warnings in gcm-fix-profile, do not attempt
to re-save the profile (Richard Hughes)
 - Make gcm-install-system-wide a little more paranoid from users that
might want to be horrible (Richard Hughes)
 - Parse the EDID more carefully to not overwrite the model with junk
for an invalid entry. Fixes #155410 (Richard Hughes)
 - Prevent a segfault if ppdOpenFile() fails for whatever reason
(Richard Hughes)
 - Update profiling precision wording (Milan Knížek)
 - Use the model name for the SANE id, the 'name' attribute depends on
the USB port used (Richard Hughes)
 - Warn if GConf is not set correctly when setting up the dialog
(Richard Hughes)

Additionally, it has branched for 2-30 and development continues in master.


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