That sounds awesome Tom... do you have any idea when it will be ready to go? I know you've said it's getting close... do you have any idea on the price point for someone upgrading from ss3?
So is there a reason why someone would print a spot color of a mixed light pink ink vs just printing a 20% halftone red?
Also is that how you can recreate the tints of colors? Is it as simple as mixing 30% red with 70% white to get the same color as you would a 30% halftone red on a white shirt... or a 30% red tint in Corel draw?
Its always a give and take... I guess you might say.
Lets say you have a really light pink red tint under allot of black in which case you can lay down more ink/color for that tint with larger 80% type dots of the actual color as opposed to trying to simulate it with tiny red dots. This is where high-end sim process really comes into to play but is easier if you follow the math so to say.
The same could apply to printing that pink as a pink instead of trying to simulate it as tiny red dots.
Or going further if you cannot hold 12% dots very well then printing the pink at 80% dots is going to work much better for you. Especially in long print runs of several hundred or 1000s of t-shirts where the tiny halftones can tend to get blocked or clogged in the run.
The upgrade has a ton of new features...
RIPing resolution options
Several New White Base Options
Interlocked WB to Black
Don't choke white white bases
Don't choke tints white bases
The upgrade will be around $100...
And Plugin itself of going to go up when it is released.
In the final testing stages now. Ufff