colord-kde has now a working KCM

Another day of work and colord-kde has gained quite nice new features:

  • It’s now able to read the embedded MD5 hash of ICC profiles making import much faster (not slowing our KDE start up)
  • Import ICC profiles through the KCM, auto assigning them to the desired device
  • Assign already imported profiles to devices
  • Remove profiles from device and from collection (if permission allows).

Cool enough sheytan is about to gives insights on GUI improvements to make the module look sexy and usable!

Assigning profiles

This marks an important step, the basic functionality found on gnome-color is already available to use in KDE (color graphs will be available a bit latter).

Enjoy😀

colord-kde has now a working KCM

2 thoughts on “colord-kde has now a working KCM

  1. Great news!
    Partially unrelated: there will be a way to install a system wide color profile, loaded with KDM for example? It would be nice if a sysadmin could set a color profile for all the users.

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