Alan Goldhammer wrote:
Yes, I know I can do it that way. What I don't understand is why I cannot create a simple 51 step B/W target with Argyll. I've tried changing almost every parameter but nothing seems to work; I always get two white patches and 49 shades of grey. As a result there is no 50% grey patch. I don't know if this is why it cannot be read by QTR.
I'm not sure that using the OFPS algorithm is such a good idea for grey, although you can do it (note you need to override the default -s50 -f0): ./targen -v -d0 -e0 -s0 -f51 test It's probably best to start with something simpler though, rather than leaping to the most complex: targen -v -d0 -e0 -s51 test Use -p if you want to distribute the patches differently. Graeme Gill.