The first time I played around with Ufraw / Gimp on my Windows machine, I hit "save" in Ufraw. Now, it opens every new photo with the odd warm settings I was playing with. How do I reset Ufraw to just open the photo as it is?
I have uninstalled, restarted, reinstalled multiple times now.
Another thing I've tried is creating a new profile. It seems as though it is not tied to a user account but something system wide.
I was able to regenerate a new .ufrawrc file by saving new settings in there. If I rename / delete this file, the settings are still saved in the application somewhere. Here is the contents of my file:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <UFRaw Version='7'> <WB>Manual WB</WB> <WBFineTuning>0</WBFineTuning> <Temperature>5187</Temperature> <Green>1.056</Green> <ChannelMultipliers>1.9245 1.0000 1.3705 1.0000</ChannelMultipliers> <Exposure>0.333333</Exposure> <BaseCameraCurve Current='yes'> </BaseCameraCurve> <LinearCurve Current='yes'> </LinearCurve> <MatrixInputProfile Current='yes'>Color matrix </MatrixInputProfile> <sRGBOutputProfile Current='yes'>sRGB </sRGBOutputProfile> <SystemDisplayProfile Current='yes'>System default </SystemDisplayProfile> <Make>NIKON</Make> <Model>D3300</Model> </UFRaw>
Maybe someone can give me the contents of their unedited file and I can try to copy/paste some of the values?