Re: 10-bit display color depth support (30-bit, deep color)

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Den 2021-12-05 kl. 22:21, skrev Liam R E Quin:
On Sun, 2021-12-05 at 19:38 +0100, Magnus Larsson wrote:
What is the final precision of the preview generated in GIMP main
window by GTK3?
Is this under X on LInux?

xdpyinfo (in a terminal) will tell you the depth X reports, look for 30
or 32-bit visuals.

xwininfo (click on the gimp image itself when the cursor changes) will
tell you the Depth of the X visual gimp is using.

Liam (demib0y, barefootliam, ankh)

OS: Debian Linux 11 (Bullseye), with X11, so it is X under Linux

If I run 'xdpyinfo' in terminal as proposed I get
$ xdpyinfo | grep depths => depths (8):  30, 1, 4, 8, 15, 16, 24, 32

If I start 'xwininfo | grep Depth' in terminal, the command waits for click. If I then click, as you say on GIMP image, I then get
"Depth: 30" in terminal

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