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clarify interactions of ISOPapersubstrate and Coatings / Color / Opacity etc. of the media

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      BackISOPaperSubstrate ... ...
      BackISOPaperSubstrate SHALL be used to classify the back surface of the paper. Additional technical specifications such as @Opacity, @BackCoating MAY be provided to enhance the definition of the Media.
      ISOPaperSubstrate ... ...
      ISOPaperSubstrate SHALL be used to classify the surface of the paper. Additional technical specifications such as @Opacity, @BackCoating MAY be provided to enhance the definition of the Media.

      @ISOPaperSubstrate SHALL specify the type of paper material defined in
      accordance with the print substrates set forth in [ISO12647-2:2013],
      [ISO12647-3:2013] and [ISO12647-4:2014].
      Allowed value is from: ISOPaperSubstrate.
      ISOPaperSubstrate SHALL be used to classify the paper. Additional technical specifications such as @Opacity, @Coating MAY be provided to enhance the definition of the Media.

      <make unconditional>
      Note: See Section D.3 Paper Grade for a mapping to the paper grade values
      defined in ISO12647-2:2004
      </make unconditional>

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      BackISOPaperSubstrate ... ... BackISOPaperSubstrate SHALL be used to classify the back surface of the paper. Additional technical specifications such as @Opacity, @BackCoating MAY be provided to enhance the definition of the Media. ISOPaperSubstrate ... ... ISOPaperSubstrate SHALL be used to classify the surface of the paper. Additional technical specifications such as @Opacity, @BackCoating MAY be provided to enhance the definition of the Media. @ISOPaperSubstrate SHALL specify the type of paper material defined in accordance with the print substrates set forth in  [ISO12647-2:2013] ,  [ISO12647-3:2013] and  [ISO12647-4:2014] . Allowed value is from: ISOPaperSubstrate. ISOPaperSubstrate SHALL be used to classify the paper. Additional technical specifications such as @Opacity, @Coating MAY be provided to enhance the definition of the Media. <make unconditional> Note: See Section D.3 Paper Grade for a mapping to the paper grade values defined in ISO12647-2:2004 </make unconditional>

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      Media and MediaIntent are overspecified
      Who wins in case ISOPapersubstrate is additionally provided.

      A.) ISOPapersubstrate defines the paper and coating / color provide more detail
      B.) IsoPaperSubstrate completely defines the paper and all other values are informative only.

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