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David- Thank you for your illuminating post. A question regarding MatchLock...I know it comes in a variety of "packages" ...what is required to build to a decent profile AND is a flatbed scanner required (I use a film scanner)? I am interested in maybe trying this program out since I have heard positive remarks about it. Shimon Mor Geoduck Graphics > Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2000 10:56:37 -0500 > From: horses <support@horsesLLC.com> > Subject: Re: Cone profile: Blues turning to purple: MatchLock perspective > > > If you're building a MatchLock profile, you at least have the ability to > CHOOSE the working space that the profile will be designed for. If you like > ColorMatch, then leave Photoshop's RGB Setup this way; build your profiles; > and you can be confident that your blues will REALLY be blue when you print > through it. If you like BruceRGB, or Adobe RGB, or (even) sRGB, the same holds > true; set Photoshop's RGB Setup that way, MatchLock will use this working > space, and you will KNOW, for certain, that your colors will be dead-on when > you subsequently print through that working space and that profile. > Regards, > > David Miller > Horses > > - - - 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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