On 7/22/20 7:53 PM, Mattia Verga wrote:
In KDE System's Settings there's the Color Corrections panel
up monitor profile.
When selecting the display, a warning is displayed saying something like
"Gnome Color Management is needed to calibrate devices". Now, I have
Gnome Color Management installed:
> $ dnf list installed gnome-color-manager
> Pacchetti installati
> gnome-color-manager.x86_64 3.36.0-1.fc32 @fedora
but still the message is displayed. Is something else supposed to be
installed for make it work?
I am seeing this as well.
I have found that my display's contrast/colour behaviour isvery
different on Fedora compared to Windows. It's quite bad on Fedora.