On Mon, 27 Jun 2011 23:39:09 +0200
Christoph Noack <email@example.com> wrote:
Am Montag, den 27.06.2011, 23:27 +0200 schrieb Sigrid Carrera:
Another test might be done via The Gimp, which also features viewing
filters to simulate color viewing disabilities.
Do you happen to know, which filters that are? There are so many...
Oh, sorry, yes ... it is just a filter for viewing - there is no
(simple) way to save the result. But it helped me to shape the colors
for the notes in Writer.
The (German) documentation is here, see (especially) section "5.8.3.
yes, it does. Thanks a lot.
And, whoever wants to try this himself and only has a english version of The Gimp, the menu entry
is "View > Display Filters... > Colour deficient vision".
They have filters for 3 types of colour deficiency.
I hope this helps ...
At least it helped me. ;)
Btw, the pictures saved the settings from the filter - so next time I opened it, it still had the
filter applied and looked pink instead of yellow.
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