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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • From what I understand, the major problem that I've heard from designers is that the colour matching between what you see onscreen and what you get on a colour laser printer is not as good as what you get with in a inkjet

    If this is a artifact of the technology involved, or just that colour lasers are farer and fewer between that colour matching techniques have not been as widely applied, I do not know. I'd have thought the latter rather than the former, but maybe there's something about the physics I don't understand here.