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Great discussion on the possibilities to make the GR-colors more appropriate in some situations! I will experiment myself with these possibilities as soon as time allows.
Meanwhile I have found some kind of a solution for my monitor calibration problem that Jochen brought up some pages ago. I wasn't able to differentiate between black and dark grey.
First, I blamed my calibration device (DTP94), because it is a well known problem, that older calibration devices have problems with newer wide gamut screens and panels with background illumination. But then I discovered, that irregardless of what settings (contrast, brightness) I change at my monitor (Dell 3008wfp), it wasn't possible to differentiate black from dark grey. My laptop screen had exactly the same problem. Tests of my calibrations profiles supported the lack of differentiation in the deep shadows where they deviated most from the target values. After hours and hours of trying, I finally had the idea, to alter the black point in the calibration software. Lifting the black point a bit finally brought some light in the mystic realm of undiscovered dark shadows and now I see light! Thanks again Jochen, for bringing this up!