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>>Thanks for the suggestion Bruce, when I get back to the studio I'll give it >>a whirl. I seem to have licked the (intermitant) dark and miscolored >>problem since just before leaving for the holiday by using only P to P >>conversions in Photoshop, but so far haven't tried color adjust, sliders >>set to zero. <sigh> The things we windows users have to put up with... >> >>Dave > >As usual, I'm a little behind the curve here. As Ian so eloquently >explained, "no color adjustment" is not at all the same thing as >"color adjustment" with the sliders set to zero. I suspected as >much, but before I saw his note, I tried it anyway. (It would have >been nice....) Fortunately, there are any number of ways to >accomplish the same thing in Photoshop. I neutralized the worst >of the tinted shadows I was getting with Kodak photo paper by >using those simple-minded sliders in the PS Color Balance tool >before printing. At least they will let you make the adjustments >separately for shadows, mid-tones and highlights, which is more >than the Epson driver provides. Well, I'm behing the curve too, but agree 100% that Ian is eloquent - what's more, we windows users owe him another thanks. Happy new year Ian! - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.