You're developing a killer module for the Object Collection, and you
discover an oversight in one of your macros. You repair the oversight,
but it needs testing, so you write a test scene. The colors are not right.
You rack your brain over the macro. You stare at #debug output and GIMP
samples. You convert back and forth between linear and sRGB. You
compare the macro with a successful proof-of-concept you wrote two
months earlier. You start to wonder if you have some grave
misunderstanding of how POV-Ray works. You divide by the finish diffuse
to see if that's interfering, but the numbers still don't match up. You
run a case using just gray scales, and discover that the diffuse value
/couldn't/ be the problem. Everything checks out in the SDL, but the
image is still wrong!
After several hours of this, you discover that the bug is in test scene
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