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Re: sRGB color support in NS port [PATCH]

From: Steve Purcell
Subject: Re: sRGB color support in NS port [PATCH]
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2013 10:56:54 +0000

On 23 Dec 2013, at 12:42, Stephen J. Turnbull <address@hidden> wrote:

> David De La Harpe Golden writes:
>> Well, what's more important...  That #0DEA84 is the same color on 
>> x11/mac/ns/w32 emacs or the same color in x11 emacs/xterm/xclock...
> They're both pretty unimportant, actually.  What's more important is
> that it give similar results to web browsers and office suites, but
> even that is not all that big a deal.
> As for free software, supporting free software is indeed important,
> but it seems to me that adopting a widespread standard that gives
> users an experience consistent with other modern apps doesn't conflict
> with that.

Agreed. So can we please enable the new sRGB option on NS by default, then?

Colours won’t match between platforms with it disabled anyway, so there’s 
nothing to lose in enabling it, and it would also help pave the way for 
standardisation on sRGB across platforms.


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