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My warning label generator... yeah, I was bored.

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I agree, Hyperion. The saturation is quite low. Even the red could afford to be a little brighter. =)

-Zachary

EDIT: Nice work on the anti-aliasing Twhite! :gj:
 
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with the Bruton algorithm the spectrum would be like that (from 350 to 790nm):
 

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with the Bruton algorithm the spectrum would be like that (from 350 to 790nm):
I just got back from racquetball. Let me shower, then I'll translate that algorithm into PHP. :)

-Trevor
 

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UPDATE: I'm now using the posted algorithm.

I like it. :D

-Trevor
 

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Just a suggestion, but could you possibly add Krypton and Ar/Kr mixed gas to the system type drop down list? Thanks, it's looking good now :na:
 

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Just a suggestion, but could you possibly add Krypton and Ar/Kr mixed gas to the system type drop down list? Thanks, it's looking good now :na:
In light of the fact that the project just got rediscovered, I've actually dug out EF's PM to me full of suggestions and am working through them. That is among them I believe. :)

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This is great thanks:D But when I make the size smaller with photoshop is completely ruins the quality of the warning label:thinking:
 

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You mustn't resize the label but change the dpi of the label. Something around 300dpi is good.
If you resize the amount of pixels will reduce.
 

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Since this thread got bumped I may's well ask what are you guys printing these on? I've seen people mention foil labels but nobody's ever said which ones.
 

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I print the label on my 9600dpi Canon iP5000 printer with glossy photopaper. Then I split the photopaper with glossy on one side and normal paper on other side to make the label less thick. Attach it to double-sided tape. Cut it out and paste to the laser.

Very professional looking :)
 
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