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At 09:13 AM 12/5/99 -0600, Steve Jacobson wrote: >I know a while back, there was a lot of discussion about software for >building your own printer color profiles. I don't remember if there was any >conclusion as to which one was best from a price/performance standpoint. I >have an Epson 1200. > >Could someone please enlighten me on the best way to develop custom color >profiles (now that I can use profiles with Win2K). > >Thanks in advance. The leading low-cost contenders appear to be Wisiwyg (www.praxisoft.com) and Monaco EZ-Color. Wisiwyg has been available for Windows for all of about 36 hours. Still awaiting a report of the first succesful use on Windows -- though there was a positive report from a Windows/beta version. And no reports about its use on Win2000. Monaco is the older, more expensive product but oddly enough, Wisiwyg is the one with the rave reviews. There's also an upcoming 3rd option that C.D. Tobie's mentioned, from a company called Horses. No time frame for that, other than "real soon now." rafe b. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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