How to Handle Line Weights and Type Weights
Very fine lines and small type may be difficult to read on Scout Books (or anywhere, really).
Line weights in a flood of ink (whether the line is the chipboard showing through or a different ink color) should be no less than 1 pt.
Outside of floods of ink lines could be slightly smaller, but 1 pt is still safe!
Type weights are trickier to judge, since every font is designed differently.
A general rule would be to keep type weight no smaller than 6 pt outside of a flood of ink and no smaller than 8 pt inside of a flood of ink.
Graphics within a flood may need to be viewed by us for feedback and recommendations. There are just too many variables!
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