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    I am interested to hear of anyone trying this developer with Forte Polygrade. If no one has I will conduct some tests and report here when the developer is available in the UK.

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    I used it with some Forte cold tone, and it was very nice. Rich, pure blacks. Actually, a very neutral tone I thought, no colour casts, just black and white. It made some very nice looking 16x20's.

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    Dear Craig,

    I am pleased you liked the product, thanks for buying it : The website should be updated this week

    Simon.

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    I've made some more prints with this developer over the holidays, and it works very well with Portfolio. Normally, I find that regular Multigrade in multigrade developer produces a green tone, whereas the cooltone developer is a nice neutral black. It espcially looks good after selenium toning.

    I've also come to quite like portfolio, its a nice weight paper.

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    Simon, You should have a winner! How does the image tone and working characteristics of the new Ilford Warmtone paper developer compare with Ilford ID-78?
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