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At 10:41 PM 1/6/2000 -0500, rafeb wrote: > >One of those best qualified to do this sort of >test is Jon Cone, though I'm sure a few others >have the wherewithal (C.D. and Dan C. come to >mind.) > >Jon has spoken out about the 1200's characteristics >in this regard, and has explicitly suggested the >"backlit film" setting as the one to minimize >ink output on that printer. > >In fact, the best answer to your question, at the >moment, would be to download and unzip all of Jon's >free profiles, and look at the printer settings that >he chose to use with those profiles. > > >rafe b. Seems like an idea worth trying, although it's a bit indirect to infer the ink loading from Jon's collection of profiles--presumably there might have been other influences on the choice of media settings. [Or maybe the profile maker stopped when he found one that worked :-) ] But certainly a worthwhile thought in the absence of some measured data in a nice table all laid out for us by media type and printer model. (And can I have butter and jam on top of that also?) Gary Hunt <firstname.lastname@example.org> - 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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