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  1. Dear community, hello, and I would like to chime in on the 1 bit topic. To achieve greyscales or colors in offset printing, you must use a matrix of 16 by 16 dots to simulate half tones. So colored output has a resolution of at most 1/16th of the possible resolution of the output device. Of course, this also applies to the 100 percent part of mixed colors (like a 100/56.5/0/0 blue in CMYB model). With a 1 bit image being colorized in Publisher or Designer, the cyan part of the image would be processed with the full resolution. IMHO this task should have a high priority, since it is essential for professional output of pixel images.
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