[Edu-sig] Just demonstrated I shouldn't be trusted on a computer...
Jason R Briggs
jasonrbriggs at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 08:52:11 CEST 2007
Sigh. I just realised that I replied to 3 of the postings directly to
the poster, rather than to the list. Bloomin' Thunderbird default.
Just so people don't think I'm ignoring all the (incredibly) helpful
replies, I'm copy+pasting said replies below, and my apologies for any
confusion. Blame it on 3 days of flu.
To Richard Guenther:
> That's brilliant. Exactly what I was hoping for.
To kirby urner:
> My fault. I requested cowboy rather than gal, from the artist.
> But I did keep that in mind in the text (see Chap 7).
> Plus at least one of the illustrations is for the correct(!) gender.
To Anna Ravenscroft:
> Very good point, and thanks for the links. I tried about 10 different
> samples in ImageJ (pages with code samples, particularly the red
> and the green). While they (rather obviously) don't stay red (or
> green), I think it's still workable. The red spaces on that particular
> page are rather close in shade to the green (for both deuteranopes
> and protanopes), but I believe the difference is visible enough. Of
> course, I am quite prepared to change the colour scheme as soon
> as someone (colour blind) comes along
> and tells me I'm a prat and it looks like rubbish...
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