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[filmscanners] Re: Cleaning your monitor...


Am truncating your message to cut down bandwith :)... but you've basically
(technically!) summed up the reasons why it's best to NOT work in near

The only part i disagree to a wee bit with you is when you say:

"The only time I ever work in nearly complete darkness is when I am
setting up Adobe Gamma, which requires it to determine the true maximum
black of the monitor"

Adobe Gamma should ideally be set up - from all i've read - in your working
light environment. Unless (you mean) you're trying to set calibrate the
(hardware) monitor for it's White Point.



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