Created attachment 520172 [details]
File saved with krita, which krita cannot open.
Description of problem:
Krita is unable to read tif files that it creates. The files can be read by GIMP, however.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start krita
2. Open a bitmap file (e.g., JPEG, TIF
3. Save as TIF
4. Close krita
5. Open the just-saved file.
Program fails to open file.
Program opens file and allows editing.
This was reported on bugs.kde.org and supposedly fixed 5/2011, but so far still does not work.
Created attachment 520173 [details]
This is the file that was used as input to krita
This is still a problem as of fedora 16. The file saved by krita cannot be opened successfully by krita. It also does not display properly using the ImageMagick display command. I can open it with GIMP, but GIMP pops up a dialog stating that "The image problem.tif has an embedded color profile: (invalid UTF-8 string). Convert the image to the RGB working space (sRGB built-in)?".
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