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24 January 2018 Reply
Hi Richard. Thank you for this very helpful breakdown of swatch files. While Adobe's spec is helpful, it's always helpful to see a working implementation!
Besides adding a "thank you" I just wanted to pass along a heads-up that I think your content has been plagiarized at the following link:
I stumbled across that link first and only traced it back here by accident. Hopefully there's a straightforward way to resolve it.
Thank you again for your sharing your work.
Edit by Richard Moss: Apologies for editing your post but I don't wish to provide any form of link back to the plagiarisers website.
Thanks for the comments! I am aware of Warren's ripping off of several of my posts, but he never responded to requests to have them removed. Not really a huge amount I can do about it frustratingly. However, I'm glad that you found the "real" author - although this code is hardly rocket science and I've freely distributed it, it takes quite a bit of effort writing the posts themselves and it's galling that this person simply takes them, removes the preamble, changes any links and posts them as his own work. He even went to the trouble of unpacking the example code and replacing all the notices in the source code with this own stuff. The code is freely licensed, my blog post words certainly aren't!
Not to mention borrowing the styling of the posts which clashes with the original style of the site. Unless of course by some coincidence he bought the same template I did and restyled it using the exact highlight colour that Cyotek has used since around 1998. Some coincidence ;)
Thanks again for the kind words.
Incidentally, thank you for your dithering article. I found that very helpful when I was creating my own set of dithering routines. (Which I still need to get back to at some point once I figure out where I'm going wrong with Bayer dithering.)
Small world :)