Thanks, I like "BiLevel" better than "Binary" since it better describes the intent.
On Dec 9, 2010, at 11:23 AM, Harry Lewis wrote:
>> Hi Michael.
>> For PrintColorModeWKV - Binary (unless someone has a better name for threshold black-and-white output)
>> The term "bilevel" or sometimes "bi-level", as in Joint Bi-level Image Experts Group (JBIG) is quite commonly used and the one we prefer. It may be difficult to garner a strong consensus, however, across the industry since several terms are quite interchangeable.
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> [MFD] Additions to well-known values, plus the PrintColorMode job ticket element
>> Based on our IPP Everywhere discussions for CUPS Raster, I propose the following changes to the well-known values schema:
>> - Add AdobeGrayscale8, AdobeGrayscale16, AdobeRGB24, AdobeRGB48, sGrayscale8, sGrayscale16, sRGB24, scRGB48, Black8 (or K8), and Black16 (or K16)
> - Rename BlackAndWhite1 to Black1 (or K1)
>> - Add AdobeRGB, Black (or just "K"), Grayscale, sGrayscale (mapping of Grayscale to sRGB), and AdobeGrayscale (mapping of Grayscale to AdobeRGB)
> - Add comment that RGB, Black/K, Grayscale, CMY, CMYK, and YCC are device color spaces.
>> PrintColorModeWKV (was ColorWKV):
>> - Binary (unless someone has a better name for threshold black-and-white output)
> - Grayscale
> - Color
>>> We can also uncomment the Color element in PwgCommon.xsd and rename it to PrintColorMode, using to PrintColorModeWKV.
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