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In a message dated 8/18/99 12:06:35 PM, email@example.com writes: >he confusing thing is Adobe's statement at the above site: > >Grayscale Setup: > >"Select Black Ink for images that will be printed. This causes >Photoshop to include the dot gain values from the Ink Options section >of the CMYK Setup dialog box. > >If your grayscale images are intended for video or the Web (i.e., they >will only be viewed on-screen), you don't need to compensate for dot >gain. Choose the RGB setting instead. " > >Which one? I'm confused. > If you wish to view images with the darker result that ink gain will cause, to better simulate your final results, use the black ink setting. This means you have to have a meaningful CMYK profile chosen with a dot gain that is correct for your printer. This will only help in previewing to the Epson, which will in fact ignore the dot gain and black ink settings when it prints and use its own defaults... C. David Tobie Design Cooperative CDTobie@designcoop.com - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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