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Yes, actually I did. So, in order to possibly make it clear what the problem is here: 1. I want to do everything, some RGB, some CMYK via PressReady, some editing (really can't imagine why I'd want to create profiles from scratch every time I had to make a small change), softproofing. 2. I want to do this on a Mac. 3. I want to do this for an Epson 3000 (quad tones for the moment) and a 1200 (color for the moment). 4. I want to do this for any paper and ink I may decide to try. 5. I want to do this with my cheap scanner (don't know if this matters). 6. I want to use the profiles on several Macs on the network. 7. I really haven't a clue as to what I should be doing. 8. I really don't want to have to pay a small fortune for this, particularly as one could argue with great vigor that all this should be standard, provided by the equipment vendors (John at Weber-Valentine has the right idea here). See, as nearly as I can tell this is a software developer problem, speaking as a developer with 30+ years experience. I've worked with many programmers who were unable to step back from the code, from the cool stuff, pretend to be a new user. Or, maybe it's a problem with too much expertise in the application area, the project manager. And perhaps the choices are perfectly satisfactory to the more experienced user. Now it's also highly likely that some combination of your software packages will manage my needs quite handily, which is why I asked. Pam Horses wrote: > > Pam Niedermayer wrote: > > > >John, that's really good news. Now, please tell me exactly > >which software you bought. The selection confuses me. > > > > Pam, > > Have you been to our web site lately? We added a "MatchLock Products Matrix" > page, about a week ago, and I put some simplified product descriptions up > at the top, trying to describe which product was most appropriate, depending > on what a user would be trying to do. > > http://www.horsesllc.com > > 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. -- Pamela G. Niedermayer Pinehill Softworks Inc. 1221 S. Congress Ave., #1225 Austin, TX 78704 512-416-1141 512-416-1440 fax http://www.pinehill.com - 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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