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Re: Red Ovals

Also note that if you print the name of the color Pantone 032 on the proof, we should also include the originally acceptable oval color Pantone 130U.  With no preference being indicated for either one.
(sounds like Quebec language law, doesn't it)
----- Original Message -----
To: Support
Sent: Wednesday, June 14, 2000 5:24 PM
Subject: Fw: Red Ovals

Just wondering if this was swept under the rug, still being considered or is still outstanding.  A lot of Ontario elections will be using red ovals.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, November 22, 1999 2:15 PM
Subject: Red Ovals

Request change report: 
When selecting Separate Ovals in the Print Artwork module;
1)    Thick ovals become the default.  (Have seen two elections so far with thin red ovals, very difficult to see)
2)    A note to the printer on the ballot proof sheet to use Pantone 032 Red. (Darker reds will cause "Invalid Mark")

Greg Forsythe
Global Election Systems, Inc
24 Hirondelle Place, Ontario M3A 1V8
Phone (416) 446-1383
Fax (416) 446-1425
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