Papers containing a minimum of 24% cotton or linen fiber (referred to as rag because recycled or new rags are used to make the fibers). These papers are generally made up in the following grades: 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. American...Read More
The working space made available by the computer, into which some or all of an application’s code is loaded and remembered while you work with it. However, an item is memorized in RAM only for as long as your computer is...Read More
This is a rendering intent which compares the extreme highlight of the source color space to that of the destination color space and shifts all colors accordingly. Out-of-gamut colors are shifted to the closest reproducible...Read More
A rendering intent determines how a color management system handles color conversion from one color space to another. Different rendering intents use different rules to determine how the source colors are adjusted; for example,...Read More
Type that is set against a black or colored background, commonly used on advertisements or billboards, where there are only a few words. Because people are accustomed to reading black text on a white background and because white...Read More
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