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On Wed, 5 Jan 2000, Ian Lyons wrote: > Rafe, > > "One area to keep in mind when using print drivers out of > Photoshop 5.0 is "Printer Color Management" > and the popup menu next to it. This is placed in the driver > by Photoshop 5.0. Be sure you do NOT have Printer Color Management > ON when you print out the test form. " > > So what's he talking about? > > Andrews paper was a slightly rejigged version of an earlier paper > written for those that needed to print his Target for profiles he was > selling. There is nothing wrong with what he writing, even in the > contexr of wiziwyg "if" you choose to ask wiziwyg to "create" the target > so the you can print it from your "favourite or preferred" progrm. > > If you are having difficulty, and until reading the piece by Andrew I > don't think you were, then just follow the steps in my Using WiziWYG > how-to essay. It must be close enough to being correct since I've using > it from wiziwyg was in first throughs of Beta, and Praxisoft having seen > it are seriously considering including as a reference document on > theeir, permission has been requested and granted. > > Ian Lyons Ian -- I read your comprehensive instructions 2nd, right after reading Andrew's shorter "tips" document. I was confused by Wizi's button labeled "Create Test File" -- it did not occur to me that Wizi would actually create the test file on the fly. (Why not just package this file with the distribution?) And then the other steps -- opening the newly-created file with PShop, printing from PShop -- weren't really spelled out. I understand fully now (from both documents) that the simpler option is the one to use (let Wizi print the test file directly.) I just wanted to know what that other button was about, and why it brought up a "File Save" dialog. Anyway I think I'm a lot less confused now. Your document is great, by the way. It's utterly amazing to me that Praxisoft relies on dedicated, unpaid third-parties to do this critical work for them. 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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