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    [colord]
    
    # This controls whether we search external volumes for color profiles.
    #
    # default=false
    SearchVolumes=false
    
    # If we should create a dummy sensor for testing
    #
    # default=false
    CreateDummySensor=false
    
    # If we should use SANE to add scanner and camera devices.
    #
    # If SANE support is installed then this will allow colord to manage
    # all scanners that SANE can detect, including remote scanners.
    #
    # If this is disabled then colord will only detect locally connected
    # scanners.
    #
    # default=false
    UseSANE=false
    
    # If we should always use the XRandR name as the DeviceId
    #
    # If the user has two or more outputs attached with identical EDID data then
    # the client tools cannot tell them apart. By setting this value the 'xrandr-'
    # style device-id is always used and the monitors will show up as seporate
    # instances.
    #
    # This does of course mean that the calibration is referenced to the xrandr
    # output name, rather than the monitor itself. This means that if the monitor
    # cables are swapped then the wrong profile would be used.
    #
    # default=false
    AlwaysUseXrandrName=false
    
    # Known profiles are specific colorspaces that applications may request,
    # e.g. 'adobe-rgb' or 'srgb'.
    # This key sets up any manual overrides that are not automatically added
    # using the profile dictionary metadata.
    #
    # default=
    StandardSpaces=

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