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Bill, Your post makes entirely *too* much sense to me! ;-) > I'm also using a 1200 and because there is virtually no ink in the system, > and because Generations ink is "compatible" with OEM ink, I regularly switch > back and forth between pigmented and dye based inks. I save up my > non-archival printing until I have enough, put in the dye-based ink, and go > at it. If there is still ink at the end of the run, I use it up on greeting > cards, or on a sheet of business cards, etc. How much of a transition is there? I've heard everything from 5 sheets per color or more! Do you run a series of color blocks or anything? > The main problem with photographs and pigmented ink is with printing on > glossy papers, but you CAN make stunningly beautiful photographic prints on > the right paper. What paper do you suggest? (I DO want to make stunningly beautiful photographic prints too!) > So in the meantime, I'm more or less in the same boat as you. I'm using > bulk dye based inks (but only when pigmented inks won't do) while waiting > for a better solution. So you're using the Generations dye inkset for photos on glossy? Are the results as good as the OEMs? I'll be profiling with MatchLock soon I hope! Thanks, Frank Wiewandt - 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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