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  • david
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Re: Magenta does not have a physical wavelength associated with it.
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I have no wavelength either... so therefore I do not exist. Can I go home now?
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Re: Magenta does not have a physical wavelength associated with it.
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. . . and our eyes see in RGB - don't tell my clients who think its OK to send everything RGB . . .
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