Thank you. My worry about following online instructions for adding profiles to Windows has been that I'm adding a profile for Scribus, not for Windows which might start adjusting my monitor colour profiles for all I know. It turns out you can also right-click the icc file and Windows will 'install' it, whatever that means.
What I've actually done is to simply copy the .icc file into C:/Windows/system32/spool/drivers/color
and Scribus has found it. I guess Win10 might offer it as an option if I ever try to adjust my monitor colours, but I'm hoping that otherwise it is harmless.
Thank you, but I'd found that. There are path options for Documents Scripts Document Templates with an active 'Change...' button but the Profiles path 'Change...' button is greyed out (on my Win10 PC) and therefore cannot be clicked. And the path is not shown.
Presumably there is a specific Win10 folder somewhere, undocumented in Scribus currently
it should work according your settings under 'preferences' → 'item tools' → 'images' → 'scaling' (for existing .sla files under 'document setup' → 'item tools' → 'images' → 'scaling'...) and – yes, there are situations where i prefer a 100% scaling...
https://wiki.scribus.net/canvas/Getting_and_installing_ICC_profiles says: To install additional ICC profiles .. On Windows Vista or 7, go to the Windows Control panel > Color management > All Profiles > Add On Windows 2000, the correct location is C:\WINNT\System32\spool\drivers\color, and on Windows XP or later C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\drivers\color.
erm, my installation of Scribus is on a Win10 PC. Can anyone help? Thanks!