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[Bug 886485] Re: ubuntu-docs refers to gcm-viewer, which cannot be installed
I can confirm that on 14.04 the documentation correctly points to
`gnome-color-manager` package. As for 3D representation of the color
space, please open a separate bug against this package.
** Changed in: ubuntu-docs (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Fix Released
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ubuntu-docs refers to gcm-viewer, which cannot be installed
Status in “ubuntu-docs” package in Ubuntu:
The docs mention gcm-viewer, which cannot be installed under oneiric.
Where to find the string:
Search for 'color space' in yelp
The explanation to see the color space includes gcm-viewer. I've tried
finding it using apt or the software center, but in both cases nothing
came up. I eventually found out that gcm-viewer is located in the
gnome-color-manager package, which is not installed by default. In
addition, when I run gcm-viewer, I cannot seem to find a 3d
representation of the color space.
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