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Subject:RE: pdf (non) blues - they're purple From:"Leslie Johnson (Wasser)" <a-leslij -at- microsoft -dot- com> To:TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Mon, 31 Jul 2000 11:27:07 -0700
> You've probably already done this, but I like to remind myself of the
> obvious things once in awhile, just in case I'm in the "lose your mind"
> stage of the process.
> Have you checked it on another monitor? Some monitors don't render
> colors well. It may be that this is one of them. I ran into that a couple
> years ago, with a particular shade of red that didn't render well on *any*
> monitor. I ended up doing a little trial & error color matching (it
> selecting shades slightly different than the "real" color, holding a print
> sample up to the screen, and squinting a lot), and then I showed the
> the differences, and they agreed that, for the purposes of this particular
> project, they'd live with the fact that the red wasn't their "real" red.
> Hope this helps! Good luck!
> Leslie Johnson