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From "Georg Datterl" <georg.datt...@geneon.de>
Subject AW: FOP is fun, even images brighten up?
Date Wed, 27 May 2009 13:02:50 GMT
Hi everybody,

Some more information on this problem:

I have a png image, which I place in a pdf. Without doing anything else, the image in the
pdf is much brighter than the original image. 

Further information:

An example image was generated with profile Dot Gain 15%. After placing it in a pdf with iText,
Acrobat tells me, the image has a profile "Dot Gain 15%" and color management module Adobe
CMM. Placing it in the pdf with fop, Acrobat tells me, the image has a profile "KODAK Grayscale
Conversion - Gamma 1.0" and color management module Kodak KCMS. Trying the same thing with
a different image with a different profile, again, iText retains the profile, fop replaces
it with "KODAK Grayscale Conversion - Gamma 1.0". 

Now that I found out, what the problem is, can anybody give me a hint, where I can find more
information regarding why fop replaces the profile and maybe even, how I can prevent that?

Regards,
 
Georg Datterl
 
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