gnome-color-manager 3.2.1

About GNOME Color Manager

GNOME Color Manager is a set of graphical utilities for color
management to be used in the GNOME desktop.


Released: 2011-10-17

* Translations
 - Updated German translation (Wolfgang Stöggl)
 - Updated Japanese translation (Ryo Fujita)
 - Updated Spanish translation (Jorge González)
 - Updated Swedish translation (Daniel Nylander)

* New Features:
 - Add a calibrate attach image for the 'i1 Display 3' sensor device
(Richard Hughes)
 - Show an error if we can't open the file passed to gcm-viewer --file
(Richard Hughes)
 - Speed up the profile viewer loading when scanning a large number of
profiles (Richard Hughes)

* Bugfix:
 - Do not send 'space' when argyllcms asks the user to press any key
(Richard Hughes)
 - Do not use g_application_release() manually (Richard Hughes)
 - Don't use the deprecated g_format_size_for_display() (Richard Hughes)
 - Don't use the deprecated pango_cairo_font_map_create_context()
(Richard Hughes)
 - Ensure we always set a calibration image if one exists (Richard Hughes)
 - Fix a crash when calibrating (Michael Hamann)


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 sha256sum: 0e0c24269ff15e6de0c50b3b6d50aa06b8be82becdacacc26aef28ace44a5b5b

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