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William_Wood@sbphrd.com wrote: > > Hi all, > > Recently I sent some of you a profile I had created with WiziWyg for the Epson > 1200 printer using Epson ink and Epson Photo Paper at 1440dpi, so that we could > learn what to look for in a good profile. The consensus was that it made blues > too cyan. Well, I just redid that profile with the new version of WiziWyg, and > the cyan problems are completely gone! I now get prints with blue skies > (instead of cyan), blue bluejeans (instead of cyan), and purple purples (instead > of blue)! > > - Bill > I do appreciate your sending these profiles. The first one was already a clear improvement over the default Epson profile. But: I printed a file with your first profile when you sent it out, and printed the same file with your new profile yesterday (all driver settings just as you describe in both cases). Today I cannot tell which is which. In particular I don't see any appreciable difference in the blue sky, which I find much more cyan than the original slide. I'm a bit confused. - Alan - Please turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for instructions.
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