Originally Posted by alluringreality
The near black section is intended to be navigated by using chapters and understanding that the chapters will automatically change every two minutes. The issue with adding lighter grays for labeling is that it's possible they could bleed into the measurement on certain displays. Black for labeling shouldn't really have much of a light output so there's less chance of it affecting readings. If I was to label them I'd probably still use a medium to dark gray, but in the end I just considered it unnecessary and left any labeling off.
I can see your point. It makes sense that even the slightest thing could throw off these very sensitive measurements.
The problem I'm having is knowing what the settings are. I assume they start at 0% then go in 1% incrememts. I'm worried that if I am crushing black I won't see the transitions until I am no longer doing so. Then I might think I'm at 1% when in fact it is already at 3% or something. Knowing about the 2 minute chapters helps. We can just use time to know where we are.
FWIW, here is an idea: Just a brief, maybe 10 second showing in visible light gray of the setting at the beginning of every segment.
BTW, did I miss a new info sheet on the new version?