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Randy Laskody wrote: > >The new manual at colorcal was very helpful and cleared up a lot. A lot >of my confusion was that I didn't know that there were three ways to >apply a profile. I am still a little confused about the use of the >printer color mgt. check box. In the articles Three methods, it really >doesn't spell out whether to check the box or not. This is on ps5.5 For Photoshop 5.5: People with a Mac should check the Printer Color Management box. People with Windows should not. (don't ask why) >I >guess ps6 doesn't even have this box, it is in the drop down box. That's right. As far as we can tell, selecting Printer Color Management in the Print Space popup in PS6 is the same as checking the box in PS5. >Does >this mean that printer color mgt. is a profile? No, it's not a profile, it appears that this is their way of providing the older capability (which basically means that color adjustment will happen in the printer driver itself; it tells Photoshop not to apply a profile before sending the data to the printer driver). Regards, David Miller ColorVision - 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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