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[filmscanners] Re: PS sharpening

Alex writes:

> I have my monitor usually set to 1280x1024,
> but as I infer from your explanations this
> cannot be considered as common practice, so
> the target is under 800x600.

Last time I looked at numbers, just under half of all Web surfers are using
800x600; about 4 out of 5 of the remaining surfers are using 1024x768.  Only
about one surfer in 50 is still set to 640x480.  In fact, 1280x1024 and
1152x864 are both more common than 640x480.

> However, in terms of colors my graphics
> card/monitor combo works with 32 bit
> color definitions.  Now, if I indeed need 24
> bit color, how to tell Photoshop to convert it
> from 32 down to 24 ?

No need; 24-bit and 32-bit color are equivalent.

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