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In a message dated 6/23/99 9:29:41 PM, email@example.com writes: >When I was trying to get EZColor to work, which it did for the monitor >profiling, I read that other Gamma tools were incompatible, so I went >through and removed any file or control panel that had the word "gamma" >in it. I saved them on a zip disk to put back later. I haven't had >time to work out whatever I'm doing wrong with the scanning, but I have >some time now, and that's next. >My guess is that its' something fairly easy to remedy. In the meantime >I >printed something the other day and found Photoshop's adjust command >greyed out. I assume it's because gamma is unavailable, which I can >easily put back. So, question: Did I use overkill in removing gammas? >(That's what the instructions said to do.) And do the gamma controls >conflict with EZColor only when you're doing the monitor calibration? >Is it safe now to return them to their original places? Or wait until >the whole >calibration is done (scanner and printer) to return them? The only "gammas" in your system folder that might conflict with calibration are Adobe Gamma, Gamma control panel, or Koll(sp?) gamma control panel. Anything else that says gamma on it is not necessarily on need of removal. Be sure to remove MagicMatch while you are in there, if you find such a beast. It is a surefire conflict. C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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