Commit a3ff1da3 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan

Fix typos

parent b5f1222e
......@@ -284,7 +284,7 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
if (currentModelStr == "RGBA") {
d->colorSpaceSelector->textProfileDescription->append(i18nc("If the selected model is RGB",
"<b><a href=\"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RGB_color_space\">RGB (Red, Green, Blue)</a></b>, is the color model used by screens and other light-based media.</br>"
"<b><a href=\"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RGB_color_space\">RGB (Red, Green, Blue)</a></b>, is the color model used by screens and other light-based media.<br/>"
"RGB is an additive color model: adding colors together makes them brighter. This color "
"model is the most extensive of all color models, and is recommended as a model for painting,"
"that you can later convert to other spaces. RGB is also the recommended colorspace for HDR editing."));
......@@ -294,7 +294,7 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
"is the model used by printers and other ink-based media.<p>"
"CMYK is a subtractive model, meaning that adding colors together will turn them darker. Because of CMYK "
"profiles being very specific per printer, it is recommended to work in RGB space, and then later convert "
"to a CMYK profile, preferably one delivered by your printer. <br>"
"to a CMYK profile, preferably one delivered by your printer. <br/>"
"CMYK is <b>not</b> recommended for painting."
"Unfortunately, Krita cannot retrieve colorants or the TRC for this space."));
} else if (currentModelStr == "XYZA") {
......@@ -307,18 +307,18 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
} else if (currentModelStr == "GRAYA") {
d->colorSpaceSelector->textProfileDescription->append(i18nc("If the selected model is Grayscale",
"<b><a href=\"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grayscale\">Grayscale</a></b> only allows for "
"gray values and transparent values. Grayscale images use half"
"the memory and disk space compared to an RGB image of the same bit-depth.<br>"
"gray values and transparent values. Grayscale images use half "
"the memory and disk space compared to an RGB image of the same bit-depth.<br/>"
"Grayscale is useful for inking and greyscale images. In "
"Krita, you can mix Grayscale and RGB layers in the same image."));
} else if (currentModelStr == "LABA") {
d->colorSpaceSelector->textProfileDescription->append(i18nc("If the selected model is LAB",
"<b><a href=\"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lab_color_space\">L*a*b</a></b>. <b>L<b> stands for Lightness, "
"the <b>a</b> and <b>b</b> components represent color channels.</br>"
"the <b>a</b> and <b>b</b> components represent color channels.<br/>"
"L*a*b is a special model for color correction. It is based on human perception, meaning that it "
"tries to encode the difference in lightness, red-green balance and yellow-blue balance. "
"This makes it useful for color correction, but the vast majority of color maths in the blending "
"modes do <b>not</b> work as expected here.<br>"
"modes do <b>not</b> work as expected here.<br/>"
"Similarly, Krita does not support HDR in LAB, meaning that HDR images converted to LAB lose color "
"information. This colorspace is <b>not</b> recommended for painting, nor for export, "
"but best as a space to do post-processing in. The Tone Response Curve is assumed to be the L* TRC."));
......@@ -343,7 +343,7 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
}
else if (currentDepthStr == "U16") {
d->colorSpaceSelector->textProfileDescription->append(i18nc("When the selected Bitdepth is 16",
"<b>16 bit integer>/b>: Also known as 'deep color'. 16 bit is ideal for editing images with a linear TRC, large "
"<b>16 bit integer</b>: Also known as 'deep color'. 16 bit is ideal for editing images with a linear TRC, large "
"color space, or just when you need more precise color blending. This does take twice as much space on "
"the RAM and hard-drive than any given 8 bit image of the same properties, and for some devices it "
"takes much more processing power. We recommend watching the RAM usage of the file carefully, or "
......@@ -352,7 +352,7 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
}
else if (currentDepthStr == "F16") {
d->colorSpaceSelector->textProfileDescription->append(i18nc("When the selected Bitdepth is 16 bit float",
"<b>16 bit floaing point</b>: Also known as 'Half Floating Point', and the standard in VFX industry images. "
"<b>16 bit floating point</b>: Also known as 'Half Floating Point', and the standard in VFX industry images. "
"16 bit float is ideal for editing images with a linear Tone Response Curve, large color space, or just when you need "
"more precise color blending. It being floating point is an absolute requirement for Scene Referred "
"(HDR) images. This does take twice as much space on the RAM and hard-drive than any given 8 bit image "
......@@ -390,7 +390,7 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
d->colorSpaceSelector->textProfileDescription->append(i18nc("From Elle's notes.",
"<p>Quoting Wikipedia, 'Academy Color Encoding System (ACES) is a color image "
"encoding system proposed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that will allow for"
"encoding system proposed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that will allow for "
"a fully encompassing color accurate workflow, with 'seamless interchange of high quality motion "
"picture images regardless of source'."));
}
......@@ -440,7 +440,7 @@ void KisAdvancedColorSpaceSelector::fillDescription()
"is probably the right E white point to use when making the CIERGB color space profile. "
"It's not clear to me what the correct CIERGB primaries really are. "
"Lindbloom gives one set. The LCMS version 1 tutorial gives a different set. "
"Experts in the field contend thatthe real primaries "
"Experts in the field contend that the real primaries "
"should be calculated from the spectral wavelengths, so I did."));
}
if (profileName.contains("IdentityRGB-")) {
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