Robert Krawitz wrote:
>> where's the spanner?
>> Against CMYK, regardless of what system you use, text black is
>> going to be a spot color, so it could just as easily be RGB+K,
>> CMYK+K, LAB+K, or even YIQ+K.
> I meant the latter.
> I remember that on some older monitors and graphics devices there was
> a color "whiter than white" -- a special overlay color that was
> brighter than the standard white. Text black is the same kind of
> thing. It's conceptually distinct from other colors.
> I think it really argues for spot color layers more than CMYK per se.
the plan as you can see in my conclusions does not hardwire a
cmyk system, it uses (stolen from pippin) an "everything is spot"
aka a-plate-is-a-plate system where the separation is free
configurable, and cmyk and cmy+k are standard configurations.
so we are not snookered by this.
founder + principal interaction architect
man + machine interface works
http://mmiworks.net/blog : on interaction architecture
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