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Dear Jon, I have a question(s) that I thought I was clear on but a flurry of emails on epson/inkjet a while back left me wondering but too other-focused at the time to ask. Concerning the Prove It! and EZ Color. A lot of folks were talking about using them together in some way and here's a quote from one person: <<<Buy EZColor with the colorimeter for $450, paying $200 for the Sequel IV colorimeter. Buy Prove It! for $50. Since they both support the same colorimeter, I can profile my monitor with whichever package I like, probably Prove It!, and use EZColor for my scanner and printer profiles. What's wrong with this idea? Then buy a hopefully-cheap EZColor upgrade when they add CMYK support. What RIP will I use? Adobe PressReady, when it comes out this summer.>>> Now, I was assuming from what you had kindly answered before that if I use one, there is 'no place' for the other. I think I used the term co-exist--but it was before 5 minutes ago, so don't remember for sure. I have EZ Color and the puck. Actually used it for several days then had to turn to the painting studio then some other projects, none needing printing at the time. So I didn't get many of the kinks worked out of EZ Color, but certainly got fairly close with some Lysonic on Somerset, printing twice--and experimenting with these as pastel underpaintings, only. They never would have worked as final prints in most cases due to at times to color or to registration. So, I'm wondering if I have $500.00 invested in EZ Color that will completely go to waste, or if there is some use in profiling the scanner, tho it did not seem to be successful in scans I did for a project. Is the EZ Color puck the same as the Prove It! puck, as suggested in the quote above? I ordered the Prove It! with the puck, so if it's the same, I'd don't need twins. Finalllllly got the 3000 plugged in and ethernet running today. Looking forward to testing it. Feeling rotten again, durn! Cramps my style!!! Looking forward to the September workshop! And to Prove It! arriving. Sarah advised of the delay. Thank you so much for your trouble! Donna Donna Aldridge Aldridge Studios Fine Arts~Traditional and Digital Media firstname.lastname@example.org -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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