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At 09:11 AM 1/3/2000 EST, C. David Tobie wrote: > > <SNIP> WiziWYG profiles are a one >shot deal, and are for use by those who don't want to invest $79 dollars to >build thier own profiles for their own printer, at least not yet. As such >they are one step above canned profiles from manufacturers, the only added >feature being availability for special inks and papers. I support such >profiles as tools to assist in selling inks and papers, as a way to allow new >users to experiment with minimal investment, and as a way to show users that >ICC color management can work. As usual, you're right on target. What I should have said, probably, is that they "could be useful for someone like me who might want to try out a new paper/ink combo without investing the effort in building a profile, i.e., to see if it looks sufficiently interesting to pursue"--recognizing, of course, that a not-very-good profile could lead to a false result. But then that's always true of short cuts. Gary Hunt <email@example.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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