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The Canonical Partner repository offers some proprietary applications that don't cost any money to use but are closed source. They include software like <app>Skype</app>, <app>Adobe Reader</app> and <app>Adobe Flash Plugin</app>. Software in this repository will appear in <app>Ubuntu Software</app> search results but won't be installable until this repository is enabled.
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You will need to crop the TIFF file so that just the target is visible. Ensure the white or black borders are still visible. Calibration will not work if the image is upside-down or is distorted by a large amount.
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The resulting profile is only valid under the lighting condition that you acquired the original image from. This means you might need to profile several times for <em>studio</em>, <em>bright sunlight</em> and <em>cloudy</em> lighting conditions.
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You scan in your target file and save it as an uncompressed TIFF file. You can then click <gui>Calibrate…</gui> from <guiseq><gui>System Settings</gui><gui>Color</gui></guiseq> to create a profile for the device.
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Scanner devices are incredibly stable over time and temperature and do not usually need to be recalibrated.
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Calibrating your screen is important to display accurate colors.
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How do I calibrate my screen?
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Calibrating your screen should be a requirement if you're involved in computer design or artwork.
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By using a device called colorimeter you accurately measure the different colors that your screen is able to display. By running <guiseq><gui>System Settings</gui><gui>Color</gui></guiseq> you can create a profile, and the wizard will show you how to attach the colorimeter device and what settings to adjust.
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Screens change all the time - the backlight in a TFT will half in brightness approximately every 18 months, and will get yellower as it gets older. This means you should recalibrate your screen when the [!] icon appears in the color control panel.
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Contributors to this translation: Alejandro Agustin, Aniol Garcia i Serrano, David Aguilera, David Planella, GBertran, Jaume Villalba, JoanColl, Matthew East, Rafael Carreras, Walter Garcia-Fontes, toni.