[OS X TeX] White vs. Transparent?
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Apr 2 11:56:31 EDT 2006
Am 02.04.2006 um 16:06 schrieb V. Yu. Shavrukov:
> Anyway, it looks like what I would need is the "Assign a profile"
> filtering step. I am inclined to believe that assigning Generic
> RGB profile would accomplish what William Adams suggested.
> However, that profile is designated by ColorSync Utility as a
> "display profile" which makes me wonder if "most" printing devices
> would consider it worthy of attention.
You need the default "display profile" to see on screen a close
approximation of the "colours in the graphics file." I think a
similiar "default profile" is already built into a colour printer. If
you create your own "printer profile," you could adjust exactly to
the paper and (re-fill) ink actually used. Therefore, to be exact and
not just generic, you'd need to calibrate your screen, too.
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