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This is the status of my profile situation..I have an new Epson 1280, with an MIS perpetual color ink set. I have Monaco 1.5.3 EZcolor which was bundled with my USB Epson 1680 scanner..and my OS is WIN2000 with service pack 2....It appears that EZcolor 1.5.3 is really not supported for WIN 2000. Also I seem to have a problem using the 2001 it8 file with it, it will not take it, it rejects it. so it seems like it could be a WIN2000 problem? so I thought I would try it on my little 98 machine and then do a duel boot on my graphics station...When I installed EZcolor 1.5.3 in WIN2000 the serial number window never came up, but it popped up when I tried to install it under 98...it would'nt take the serial number provided by Monaco. I am breathlessly awaiting Monday morning when Monaco opens....Some day I will be able to actually use my Epson 1280, if I have any ink and paper left... Deborah Betz --- Bruce Boulineau <email@example.com> wrote: > > I usually don't get in to the fray over subjects > like this but here goes. We > all know that managing color is still not an exact > science as of yet. I really > appreciate the people who have the talent and the > ability to create software > that helps us produce consistent color on our > desktops. Which in turn makes more > money for us by reducing waste and keeping customers > happy. > Some people may have a commercial license that > allows them to distribute > profiles but for the most part the standard user > agrees to a license that does > not permit distribution of the profiles made by the > software. The people that > create color management software have to eat just > like the rest of us. If one > person bought the software and made profiles for > everyone it would be like the > Bride that takes her wedding proofs to Kinkos for > reprints and enlargements. > The only way Color Management is going to continue > to improve for us and, in > turn, make our work more consistent is for honest > people to pay for the software > that makes the profiles. > If you don't want to pay for profiles. Just find > out, by trial and error, what > changes to make to your images before printing. Then > apply the same changes > whenever you are printing with that combination of > ink/paper manually to each > image. That is all profiles do anyway. > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material > short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. ===== Deborah at www.glasgowstreet.com __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! - Official partner of 2002 FIFA World Cup http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.