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 on: Today at 10:20:53 AM 
Started by Enrico M - Last post by Rob C
Max Clifford, famous PR publicist, passed into the next world from cardiac arrest whilst serving an 8 year prison term.  DaveLeeTravis, a BBC DJ, was convicted of indecent assault in September 2014 for an incident dating back to 1995, but was found not guilty of the other 12 charges against him.

Operation Yewtree , instigated as a result of the Jimmy Saville revelations, woefully ill-prepared to deal with the avalanche of abuse cases and cover-ups.

True, Jimmy Saville wasn't tried - but he's do-do dead so that's probably a good enough reason why.

Sepp Blatter, the now disgraced head of FIFA, didn’t escape either - amongst his many crimes, he was also accused of sexual assault by Hope Solo, the US women’s national soccer team goalkeeper (Solo claimed that Blatter grabbed her butt during FIFA’s Ballon d’Or awards ceremony in January 2013) [/true]  snd, since he was a quintessential alt-right Nazi, was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment without parole .. [/not-true..  :)]

Add the likes of Ken Dodd , Gary Glitter, Stewart Hall et al - reputations on the scrap heap and even the octogenarian is also doing 'time'

I could go on, and on, and on ...

Yup, and no reason at all for them to 'resign' if innocent. None.
Yet many, including a couple of Government ministers, did rather than face an investigation, much less a trial.

So mass-media hysteria ? Not so much.
And, if it wasn't for the media would the 'survivors' ever have had a voice ?


I knew Max.

Rob

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 on: Today at 10:19:21 AM 
Started by Neil Williams - Last post by Rob C
Just an extremely sloooooooow internet connection from 200 miles offshore Nigeria

Neil


Yeah, my late cousin was a diver... offshore fucks with your sense of reality.

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 on: Today at 10:16:05 AM 
Started by amolitor - Last post by digitaldog
Let's not forget process control (consistency in output over time). I'm sure Wayne can tell us how much work it takes from the printers owner's end. But the end user expects (or should expect) the RGB values he output's today and in a year will look identical. And that's easy with modern ink jet printers. What's the dE drift when sending out colors today and in a month? Or among a lab using more than one machine. Again, with a modern ink jet (certainly Epson's and I've got plenty of colorimetric trending data), the differences are not visible.

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 on: Today at 10:07:10 AM 
Started by Neil Williams - Last post by Neil Williams
We understand you are in love, but starting three ideantical threads about it!? ;)
Just an extremely sloooooooow internet connection from 200 miles offshore Nigeria

Neil

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 on: Today at 10:05:20 AM 
Started by MichaelEzra - Last post by MichaelEzra
What would be the best way to use monitor ICC with DaVinci Resolve to get accurate color-managed preview?
LUT made from ICC?
Any other options?

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 on: Today at 10:04:36 AM 
Started by Neil Williams - Last post by Neil Williams
A few more


Neil

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 on: Today at 10:04:36 AM 
Started by Enrico M - Last post by Manoli
Amen!

Just look at the damage, without any form of trial other than unregulated, mass-media hysteria on chat channels etc. that has already ruined so many prominent figures without any formal trial whatsoever. That some may be found guilty is beyond the point, which is that so far, until tried and convicted, according to our own laws, they must be presumed innocent.

Max Clifford, famous PR publicist, passed into the next world from cardiac arrest whilst serving an 8 year prison term.  DaveLeeTravis, a BBC DJ, was convicted of indecent assault in September 2014 for an incident dating back to 1995, but was found not guilty of the other 12 charges against him.

Operation Yewtree , instigated as a result of the Jimmy Saville revelations, woefully ill-prepared to deal with the avalanche of abuse cases and cover-ups.

True, Jimmy Saville wasn't tried - but he's do-do dead so that's probably a good enough reason why.

Sepp Blatter, the now disgraced head of FIFA, didn’t escape either - amongst his many crimes, he was also accused of sexual assault by Hope Solo, the US women’s national soccer team goalkeeper (Solo claimed that Blatter grabbed her butt during FIFA’s Ballon d’Or awards ceremony in January 2013) [/true]  snd, since he was a quintessential alt-right Nazi, was sentenced to 30 years imprisonment without parole .. [/not-true..  :)]

Add the likes of Ken Dodd , Gary Glitter, Stewart Hall et al - reputations on the scrap heap and even the octogenarian is also doing 'time'

I could go on, and on, and on ...

Of course villains need penalty. But prove the case against them first.

Yup, and no reason at all for them to 'resign' if innocent. None.
Yet many, including a couple of Government ministers, did rather than face an investigation, much less a trial.

So mass-media hysteria ? Not so much.
And, if it wasn't for the media would the 'survivors' ever have had a voice ?

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 on: Today at 10:00:37 AM 
Started by patjoja - Last post by pikeys
Thank you...that makes more sense. 

Regarding the Matte Photo Paper setting, yes I agree. I just finished printing 16 or so test prints on various matte papers using the Matte Photo Paper setting for a majority of them even though  they were technically "art papers".  To my eye they printed just fine on that setting.  I did not see any curling or head strikes.  However, I was not printing on highly textured papers, only smooth surfaced papers (although most of them were fairly thick in the 300 gsm range).  Perhaps more highly textured papers are more susceptible to the head strike issue.

The things I wonder about are the other things you mentioned: amount of ink placed and ink placement algorithm. 

Patrick

Almost all of my papers{matte}are 300gsm
Here is my routine:In your print driver,,there is a setting to avoid abrasions...check it.
I counter-curl some of my papers,before I put it in the printer.{some papers are too delicate for this,so,caution is needed.
Use the "matte paper media setting ,as posted above...never any "art" settings

MikeS

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 on: Today at 09:45:34 AM 
Started by johncustodio - Last post by johncustodio
Thanks, Doug, for doing this!

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 on: Today at 09:11:28 AM 
Started by patjoja - Last post by richardboutwell
No, the open office suite doesn’t allow for the kinds of custom fucntions and interface stuff I built. I am working on a native macOS app that will replace the excel for Mac version though. That is still some time from being released though.

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