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In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply. The built-in presets are read-only in the settings panel, so you can't change the auto-apply status of those in the settings.

In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply. The built-in presets are read-only in the settings panel, so you can't change the auto-apply status of those.

In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply. The built-in presets are read-only, so you can't change the auto-apply status of those in the settings.

2 Note about built-in read-only presets.
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In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply. The built-in presets are read-only in the settings panel, so you can't change the auto-apply status of those.

In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply.

In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply. The built-in presets are read-only in the settings panel, so you can't change the auto-apply status of those.

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In the current version of darktable (2.2.1) you can open settings > "core options" and select "auto-apply per camera basecurve presets". In previous versions, you can just create a preset using that curve and set it to auto-apply.