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Color Format missing in .188

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"Color format" has disappeared in beta .188 from the "Document" menu . If it's been moved somewhere else I can't find it.


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On the Document menu, there is Convert Format /ICC Profile or Assign ICC Profile


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 - GPU 1: Intel HD Graphics 630, GPU 2: NVIDIA GTX1050, 4GB

 

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15 hours ago, AiDon said:

On the Document menu, there is Convert Format /ICC Profile or Assign ICC Profile

Yes I know, but this is not the same function.

Version 1.6

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Version 1.7

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AlainP,

I think all they really done was to place the Color Format and Converting the ICC Profile into the same Menu. The Color Format is located at the top in the drop-down menu. It looks to me anyway it accomplishes the same thing.

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as @Ron P. said is the Color Format and Converting the ICC Profile into the same Menu.

 

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17 hours ago, AiDon said:

On the Document menu, there is Convert Format /ICC Profile or Assign ICC Profile

Yes I know, but this is not the same function.

Version 1.6

Photo16.jpg.db32562c314c17abdcad8bb46da30a7f.jpg

Version 1.7

Photo17.jpg.ea22a90166cedcb03cd75da1ab6a49af.jpg

 

 


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