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Color SentryColor Sentry is a software solution developed by Level Eleven Solutions that assists in improving color quality and consistency in proofing, printing, and other related areas. By defining acceptable color standards and comparing your printed product against them, the software is able to help uncover trends and determine the first steps to correcting color error and instability.

Built on top of the robust Django framework, a single Color Sentry Server may service many clients within your company located in the same building, across the country, or around the world. Additionally, licensing the software grants you access to the server's source code, with which you may customize and seamlessly integrate into your workflow.

Cross-platformColor Sentry Server is cross-platform, and can run on virtually any operating system that Python can be installed on. The software also supports many different relational database systems (Postgres, MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, MSSQL to name a few).

CustomizableThe source code for both the client and server are available in their entirety. Using an open source solution such as Color Sentry allows you to easily integrate the product with your workflow.

SupportedDevelopment and customer support are handled by Level 11 Solutions, LLC. Due to the software's open nature, it is our hope that users will contribute code fixes/improvements and help one another as well on the Color Sentry Google Group.

LicensingColor Sentry is freely available via the GPLv3 license. While it may not be re-sold without permission from Level 11 Solutions, it is modifiable and re-distributable to others at no cost.

Getting StartedTo get started with the software, see our Linux Installation Guide. If you are running something other than Linux, please send a message to the Color Sentry Google Group.

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