You can measure the paper and if the b* value is a negative, itís a good sign you might be finding OB in the paper.
Yes Andrew I know, I just got your book (page 210) ;-)
About Monaco Profiler, when you look at the measuring devices that can be selected from within Profiler, there's the eye-one and the eye-one UV. I know that only GMB uses software approach for detecting optical brighteners, but why then are the eye-one and eye-one UV listed separately in Monaco Profiler? Does it do something we don't know of?
What I really like about Profiler is the option to tweak the perceptual gamut compression.
In a thread on Rob Galbraith, Ethan Hansen wrote about the difference in measurement intervals between eye-one (10nm) and pulse (20nm + interpolation to 10nm). Do you thinks this is an issue in favor of the eye-one?