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Old 09-05-2006, 12:46 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Steven Sweeny
...preserve the ratios between the values, so that a difference of 10 value steps in nature will have to be represented in the drawing by an 8-step difference, an adjustment that will avoid the "glass ceiling" or "floor" problem.
You know, I've been mulling that one over for months now, I even started a series of drawings to try and figure out the best answer. And here you go, cutting cleanly through all my fretting with a clear and simple answer which, now that you've said it, seems blindingly obvious to me.

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