John R Levine
johnl at taugh.com
Thu Jan 17 09:30:25 PST 2013
>> Also when you say monochrome, do you mean greyscale? It's hard to
>> think of a printer or display these days that can't do grey.
> Nevertheless, I think the insistence on black and white is correct.
> We should not *depend* on greyscale for readability, IMHO. In other
> words, colour and greyscale are allowed, but a black and white version
> must provide complete information.
Having seen a lot of really ugly shadings and halftones that attempt to
represent multiple values using only visible black dots, I'd rather allow
John Levine, johnl at taugh.com, Taughannock Networks, Trumansburg NY
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