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Sorry to ask a question that's been discussed, but I'm getting yellow bleeding on a brand new 1200. I remember seeing messages pertaining to this; but didn't read/save them because I didn't have a 1200 then, and can't find the archives at the list home page. Could someone provide the link to the archives, and/or offer up suggestions on how to overcome the yellow bleeding. I'm on a Mac, printing on Concord rag with the only inks I know of for the 1200, standard issue Epson. My normal protocol is to convert the images into the color space of the printer in Colorblind Edit, make a few tweaks and print with no color adjustment, so I don't want to get into adjusting the yellow in the print dialog box. I tried making a profile in Colorblind with the yellow bleeding, thinking it might see the yellow and create a profile that might work. It didn't. Odd thing is on the color patches that Colorblind generates, 100% yellow is fine, it's when it's mixed with other colors that it seems bleed. It is a bit humid here today in Boston, imagine there is some moisture in the paper, but the 3000 prints fine. Bleeding doesn't seem to occur on regular Epson Photo Paper or the Konica. I sure would like to able the Concord if can... Thanks in advance for any info/help. * Bruce Peterson http://www.brucepeterson.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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