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talk about humidity.... I made color print with the Epson 2000p on Epson premium semigloss photo paper...out of curiousity, I took it over to the sink, turned on the hot water til it was hot as it would go...held the print under for a minute...then took my finger and scrubbed the area......wiped it off with a towel... laid it on the counter...in a minute it was dry and showed NO effect whatsoever! Mark Nelson In a message dated 10/7/00 3:11:39 PM, email@example.com writes: << I have a print from the 2000p that has been in a window subject to direct light for half a day and humidity - it has not shifted in nearly 4 months. I have yet to have a Generations/1160 print come anywhere near that. Its probably the humidity in the window that causes the Generations to fade - its noticeable in a couple of weeks and that is on archival papers. >> - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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