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  1. #11
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    Default Re: colors not right

    As Jeff said, just adjust the second 100 value to limit the max brightness. But keep in mind that the more you limit the max brightness, the more you're reducing your dynamic range.

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    Default Re: colors not right

    Something Color related I came across while testing this. I had accidentally switched to a gradient from a single color on a test element, and although the gradient only had one color stop, the output to the light was a really pale yellowish white while on gradient, but switching back to single color with the same orange/yellow color, it's totally different. A gradient is by definition a transition between one or more colors, so why would it change so drastically in the absence of a second color? Bug or design?

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