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|Single message by Martin Wynne Topic: maps - feedback wanted|
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That's the problem, the different effects are going to vary widely on different screens.
Here's another idea, reducing to 2-tone greys:
Top left is original 256 tile reduced to 2-tone.
Bottom left is Triangle interpolation from 256 to 768.
Bottom right is Triangle interpolation from 256 to 768, followed by reduction to 2-tone. I think that might work quite well as a design guide.
The template is in bright-night colours.
In the end I'm probably going to have to do a full dialog with all these optional adjustments. But I was hoping to find a default setting which would give good results for most users in most cases.
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