Alastair M. Robinson wrote:
No, it isn't, sadly - subchannel generation throws another spanner in the works - though a less severe one, I think. If I understand Gutenprint's subchannel method correctly, you could potentially see maybe 120% ink coverage from the main and subchannel combined, at about 75% input - but I'm not 100% certain of that.
Light ink separation generally makes the middle much bigger than it otherwise would be, while 100% out is generally back to 100% - ie. it's only at the overlap that more than 100% is possible, and even that isn't certain. Graeme Gill.