mkidd Posted May 1, 2008 Share Posted May 1, 2008 The top-to-bottom grayscale gradient on the desktop area of Paint .NET (3.30 in my specific case) can cause serious toning misjudgments. I didn't fully appreciate this until a colleague pointed out how much it was throwing him off, i.e. printed results didn't seem to match on-screen results due to improper relative corrections applied to the top and bottom areas of images, say sky vs. ground. It seems that the plain uniform gray background in Photoshop is actually pretty important. I don't know whether this should be considered a discussion topic or a bug. From a design perspective it does seem to be a bug. It would certainly be easy enough to change or provide an option to allow it to be changed. Maybe there is a already a way to change it that I am foolishly overlooking? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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