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<From Bob Snow: In one sentence you say that you will be using the blacker black in your 1200. In the next sentence you say that it's a hassle to refill a 1200 cartridge. I was told a month or so ago that they do not plan to put the blacker black in cartridges, so I'm curious if that has changed???? I would love to get it in cartridges, but like you, I don't plan to refill presently.> Jerry, I am also interested in this as I am thinking seriously of giving Generations a spin in my 1200. I am definitely not going the refill route (being way too faint of heart and just plain tired) so the black issue is a big one. If the original, weak black is in the cartridges, then what do you (and others informed on this subject) suggest? Can you use an alternative black? OEM, for example? Also, I have heard that pigmented inks do not have the transparency necessary for true photographic output. What is the experience on this score with Generations? I had planned to have my 1200 up and running with Silver inks by this time, but they are nowhere to be found and what's more, we now know that they are not all the archival anyway. So, decisions, decisions ... . Happy New Year, Cathy http://www.catbrownphoto.com - 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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