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First message did not seem to go through so I am resending. I read all the posts I could find on Wiziwyg and decided to go ahead and try it any way to help generate profiles for generations ink and various papers using my photo 700, photoshop 5.5, and Win98se. I was impressed by the programs ease of use. I followed Ian Lyons instructions carefully for using it with photoshop 5. Everything seemed to work fine except the resulting prints did not look good - they seem to be too dark with too much magenta. I am using an old HP scanjet 5p to do the scanning - is this the problem and if so what scanner should I use? I have noticed that the printed targets seem to be dark with too much magenta. Is it possible that the program can not calculate a good profile because the printed target is too far out of range? Is there anyway to edit the profile other than getting the $99 tweak it program they sell? Has anybody tried the tweakit program they sell and if so would they recommend it. Any other suggestions for getting good results with Wiziwyg? Barry - 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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