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RE: Choosing a new Monitor (was LCD Monitors)



Paul,

>If you come up with different printer driver settings, you can save those
as
>named presets. I don't know of any monitors that allow you to do that.

I think that most of the near past, recent, and current monitors do allow
user presets for a number of controls; but the number is limited to a very
small number like 1-5 presets, including the default preset.  These are
usually in addition tot he factory presets.

However, I do not think this alters your advice at all or makes you
suggestions invalid in the least way.

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-epson-inkjet@leben.com
[mailto:owner-epson-inkjet@leben.com]On Behalf Of Paul D. DeRocco
Sent: Saturday, May 25, 2002 12:22 AM
To: epson-inkjet@leben.com
Subject: RE: Choosing a new Monitor (was LCD Monitors)


Personally, I'd still try to do it "right," because I generally save the
massaged images just prior to printing, in case I want to print them again.
If two years later I own a different printer, I don't want to load those
images for reprinting, and find that they look different because I made a
different set of monitor tweaks to compensate for the new printer.

Another wrinkle is that you need different tweaks for different paper. If
you come up with different printer driver settings, you can save those as
named presets. I don't know of any monitors that allow you to do that.

But if all you do is what you said, then it will probably work okay.

--

Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

> From: Konrad Poth
>
> Sounds like good advice - if you use a print shop.  I do my own
> printing, 13
> x 19 watercolor paper on an Epson 1270.  When I produce a certain shade of
> whatever color on my monitor - that is the color I hope to see on
> paper.  I
> don't care if it doesn't print properly on someone else's printer
> as that's
> not very likely to happen
>
> Does that change your advice regarding my original question?  Or am I
> putting the horse behind the cart?

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