On Wed, 9 Feb 2000 19:47:42 -0500, Robert L Krawitz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:

>CMYK is a bit of an oddball subject.  Partly this is because there
>are so many variants (CMY, CMYK, CcMmYK, CcMmYy, CcMmYyK), and partly
>because (to the best of my knowledge) this color space is really only
>useful in the context of specific output devices, which is what the
>print plugin deals with.

Full CMYK (that is, at least 8 bits per channel, not the twiddly 2-bit
stuff you deal with working on the printer drivers) is _absolutely
necessary_ for GIMP to be viable for prepress work.


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