If we want to send back colors in a measurement some of the wording about 100% tint needs to go
Patch elements SHALL specify the values of a color measurement patch. When Patch is specified in the context of a QualityControlResult, it SHALL define actual measurement values. In any other context, a Patch element SHALL specify measurement target data.
|SeparationTint *||element||Each SeparationTint element SHALL specify the tint of a Separation at the Patch position. The values of SeparationTint are always target values that SHALL be calculated from the input data including an output profile if available. SeparationTint/Separation SHALL be unique in the context of an individual Patch.|
|Center?||...||<copy from densitymeasurementfield>|
|ExternalID ?||NMTOKEN||Identification that is used to reference the Patch.|
|Diameter?||...||<copy from densitymeasurementfield>|
|RGB ?||RGBColor||RGB equivalent of the color in the Patch. @RGB SHOULD only be used for display purposes.|
|PatchUsage||enumeration||PatchUsage SHALL specify the general type of the color patch:
Color: The patch contains data for colorimetric, density or spectral measurements.
Image: The patch is part of printed content.
Technical: The patch contains data for auxiliary technical measurements such as moiree or doubling of images.
Ignore: The patch is on the sheet but SHALL be ignored for technical reasons.
<copy from color but refer to the color defined by SeparationTint rather than 100% tint>
</copy from color>
|Name||NMTOKEN||Separation identifier of a colorant that is expected to be printed. Additional details of the colorants SHOULD be
provided in ResourceSet[@Name=”Color”].
|Tint||float||Value of the where a value of 1 specifies 100% solid tint value of the colorant that is selected by @Name.|