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Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 21:12:55 -1000 From: Joseph Yates <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: EZcolor CDTobie@aol.com wrote: EZ is a huge step forward from the original > scanner based profiler (bet most of you thought EZ *was* the original scanner > based profiler <G>; that honor goes the Light Source's Profile Factory, no > longer shipping). And Joseph Yates replied: Seems there were precursors to even Profile Factory - I used to use a program 5 or more years ago called, I believe ScanMatch, that had you scan a target, then it created a profile of your scanner (can't remember if they even called it a profile). You then made a scan and opened a filter (it was a plug-in for Photoshop) that then converted the scan into a (supposedly) calibrated state. I should search through the dusty archives and see if I can find this program. Ahhh, but in 1993 (through to this day) I was using Light Source's Ofoto which creates scanner and printer ColorSync profiles using the Apple Color One scanner. I don't even need to get dusty to find this software since it is the only thing that will drive my Apple Color One scanner that I still use weekly. I know I should probably replace this old scanner, but I don't eat the right kind of cereal to get a free one in the box with a 14" scan bed. :-) Miller Abel Santa Cruz, CA - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.