Im Bereich Soft-Proofing wurde ein neuer Schieberegler zum Schutz
gesättigter Farben hinzugefügt (Dieser zusätzliche Schieberegler hilft
Ihnen, gesättigte Farben im Soft-Proofing zu schützen, wenn Sie ein
ICC- Anzeigeprofil mit einem kleineren Farbraum verwenden.)
The new slider does not seem to change the big preview or the histogram at all.
Also, clarify/correct the order of the Soft Proofing options … For example;
“Intent” has no impact at all on the “rendering intent” as is applied to the result we see on-screen (that’s handled, instead, by the Protect Saturated Colors Algorithm - - albeit, similarly)
– I assume it will apply when the Simulate Paper & Ink option is launched (?)
To undertake the search you want then DxPL would need to access every entry in ‘Keywords’ and look for the string presented in your search in the Keyword(value) or Keywords(NormalizedValue) for my example looking for “Gardens” would actually be very quick but … I haven’t got many keywords assigned!!
What indexing actually does I am nor sure but doesn’t change the database, at least not ‘Keywords’ and doesn’t change the outcome of a search for “Gardens”!
there is no index that is of use with so many fields stored in this structure so DxPL goes a “searching” and that same strategy could be applied to the ‘Keywords’ structure (for the next release would be good @DxO_Support-Team)!?
The “Volume Deformation” tool is visible in DPL, even if ViewPoint is absent.
If the tool is meant to be a part of the perspective correction, it should be made available (now, it’s just visible but unusable)
(reaction on your first post in this thread / loading error/ Fehler beim laden).
A bit late to this party, but this is exactly the message I get when trying to load any Hahnemühle Fine Art .icc paper profile…but only if Rendering Intent is set to Relative…no problems with Perceptual.
I have to think how this works and (especially) why this works this way…