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    test strip

    I know Mongo has asked something similar before but it would be extremely helpful if he could impose once more.

    Test strip is attached. Could anyone tell Mongo if it look:

    (A) – black with bluey/grey- white light areas OR

    (B) _ a warmer browny-sepia coloured dark area with a more faded dark cream coloured light areas

    Feedback would be very much appreciated if you could take a moment to reply A or B . (Mongo has not allowed for the possibility that they are both wrong!) At this stage, Mongo has serious doubts about what his posts look like at your end.

    Thanks all.
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    small image, but i def dont see any blue in it. if i adjust the LCD to give more contrast i can just see sepia (i think), but this could be my eyes playing tricks...

    there may or may not be a cow in there too...

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    B&W to me - on a calibrated monitor. EXIF says SRGB colour space.

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    Looks mono to me to, though the title thread had me worried, thought I was going to see Mongo in some state of undress
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    mono to me too Mongo.
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    mono to me here also - no blue or sepia

    Edited: Maybe blue channel on monitor a little high if see blue in that?
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    sincere thanks all. Mongo thinks he now knows what to do.

    Rick, you should be so unfortunate !! The last accidental case of that is still in recovery.

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    Mono here as well...

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