Dear Walker

Just want to know the real consequences if i set the “smoothing strength” to 4 instead of 1…what will be the effect on the final print?? please advice. (i can see the line becoming more straight instead of a bit crumpy)

AND, for the linearization purpose, does it mean ---- the best linearization should be as close as the “orange diagonal line” as pre-setted in the excel? So our purpose is to linearize our .quad as close as the “orange diagonal line” as possible? please advice.

And, since i am trying to do 2 linearization instead of one in order to make my .quad even more linear…is this a good try practice?

I have experienced having a curve (LAB data) pasted onto the Smoother Tool and the curve is under the “orange diagonal curve” in a curve-shape form. Even after the smoothing process…it is just improved a bit…so…what is the implication of the smoothed curve?? Since i have to use this curve + my selected .quad curve to create another .quad curve.

Many thanks.

PS> screen capture attached .

Harris