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[AP] Unexpected display in 16-bit mode

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I met up against an unexpected display in RVB-16 mode with a very simple picture:

  • background layer filled with plain yellow (255,222,0)
  • upper layer filled with a black to white gradient, in luminosity blending mode

The result is shown in the attached picture. The display returns normal when I switch to RVB-8 mode.  The anomaly appears only for yellow hues near the quoted (255, 222,0) 

A bug ?

My 16-bit file can be found at https://www.cjoint.com/c/IAmkbZvQIjD . It seems that the odd display is not Mac-specific

 

bug_16bit_en.jpg

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Cant access the link you supplied

Something not quite right with that website (see screenshot)

Can you upload the file somewhere else?

 

trojan.jpg


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Thanks to ">|<".  My original file was written with pixel layers instead of fill layers, but the anomaly looks the same.

Sorry  for cjoint. Surprised, too, I have used it for years.

 

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Document > Convert ICC Profile

choose Adobe RGB (1998)


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Well ! (and thanks for your interest) 

Unfortunately, after converting to Adobe-98, slightly moving the yellow to (249, 249, 32)  makes the bug reappear 

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