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adobe (1998) rgb

A font utility published by Adobe that allowed computers to use PostScript Type 1 fonts. Since Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Apple Mac OS X natively support PostScript and thus do not require ATM, this PostScript fontrasteriser has become obsolete on current computer systems. However, ATM Light is required for previous versions of Mac OS, including Mac OS X Classic, and for previous versions of Windows, including Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0.

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adobe (1998) rgb

ICC color profile or working space first introduced in Adobe Photoshop 5.0 software to manage color. Larger gamut than sRGB.
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adobe (1998) rgb

Color space developed by Adobe Systems in 1998, fairly large gamut of colours, wider than sRGB, works well for documents to be converted to CMYK. Designed to include most of the colors achievable on CMYK color printers, improves on sRGB color space gamut primarily in cyan-greens.
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adobe (1998) rgb

A widely accepted color space that encompasses a wider range of color than the more commonly used sRGB color space. Adobe RGB is the preferred color space for images intended for prepress applications. For more on this subject, see the explora article, ://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/tips-and-solutions/guide-printing-photographs A Guide to Printing Photographs.
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adobe (1998) rgb

A program that improves your screen display by imaging fonts directly from their Type 1 PostScript language font files. ATM is recommended for Windows 98 and ME. Not required in Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7 since these new versions of Windows have built-in support to Type 1 fonts.
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