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PNG Warning iCCP Known Incorrect sRGB profile

Post by jasonhocky » 19 Apr 2020, 19:26

In case you're searching for a quality blender, the Margaritaville brand makes a blender called the Frozen Concoction Maker, made explicitly to stir up scrumptious mixed beverages. Be that as it may, the six distinct sorts of Margaritaville blenders may create some turmoil Which one would it be a good idea for you to purchase? Other than the shading, is there something else about the blenders that separate them from one another? Truly, there is, however the kind of blender you purchase relies upon what number of solidified beverages you wish to make and how incredible a machine you need to buy. How about we experience each type so an increasingly educated choice can be made.

To begin with, the "Bahamas" Margaritaville blender is the base model. It is a 450-watt machine and accompanies an ice store and 4 pre-modified beverage settings. It has double engines for shaving ice and mixing drinks also. It can mix up to 36 ounces of solidified drink. The cordless assortment, is battery worked, so it has the additional advantage of having the option to mix drinks anyplace. The battery-powered 18-volt battery controls the blender, mixing up to 80 beverages for each charge. The "Voyager" cordless model is equivalent to the base cordless model, just in an alternate shading.

The "Key West" model expenses as much as the cordless models, yet includes highlights not seen the base Bahamas Margaritaville blender ... n-cooking/. Despite the fact that it mixes marginally less fluid (32 oz. Rather than 36 oz. In different models) it accompanies a few beverage adornments, including a shot glass and salt rimmer, which proves to be useful when stirring up margaritas and making those beverages appear as though they do at the bar. These frill would cost all the more getting them from an alcohol store, and it spares you the difficulty of getting them independently in any case.

The "Fiji" Margaritaville blender has a similar limit as the Key West model, however costs $50 more. The additional cost originates from the additional force; this blender utilizes 500 watts of intensity, instead of the typical 450 from different models. The "Tahiti" Frozen Concoction Maker is the highest point of-the-line model. It has a few highlights none of different blenders have. It accompanies 3 24-ounce mixing containers that would all be able to be mixed at the same time.

The ice chute, while fixed on different models, pivots between containers on this model It can make in excess of 6 diverse beverage types, including smoothies, landslides and mojitos. It likewise has bamboo wood development and an aluminum finish for visual intrigue. Considering the incredible mixing they do, the Margaritaville blenders are more than worth their price tag.
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Re: PNG Warning iCCP Known Incorrect sRGB profile

Post by Thierry » 20 Apr 2020, 13:02


This is a known problem, Photoshop and TVPaint don't use the same sRGB profile.
A few years ago I made a Photoshop script that corrects that: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=9955
Load the script in Photoshop, then use it to export your PNG files.
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