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Tyler Wrote: I recently discovered that putting an alias of the Colorsync Profiles folder into the Epson folder in the extension folder (Whew!) would allow the driver to see many profiles it wouldn't previously see. I feel more comfortable using the "space" box however, someone told me it's better to let Adobe do the conversion than Epson. Don't know if this will work with EZ or WiziWYG generated profiles though. Thanks for the additional info. Though I have heard that some early versions of the Epson drivers expected only certain profile names, our Epson 3000 driver can see all of our custom profiles (we saved them in the ColorSync Profiles folder with all the rest). The trouble is that the Epson drivers have certain limited expectations about what might be discovered while processing a profile. Their implementation appears to be only complete enough to support their own custom profiles (and any other custom profile that was built according to the same limitations) but can not process all ICC compliant profiles. The ICC standard is quite broad in what it allows both in bit-depth of the data and in the number of data samples. The Epson profiles are quite small compared to other higher-quality profiles I have inspected. Still haven't figured out exactly what ICC feature the Epson drivers are having trouble with though. Epson will probably eventually get around to fixing this. Custom profiling is certainly becoming more mainstream, but still hasn't caught on with Epson's consumer market. Miller Abel Santa Cruz, CA - 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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