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Your paper and inkset are totally different from mine so your adjustments were necessarily different. My question still is, how can you get a good preview in PS if the adj. sliders in Profiler RGB totally throw off the preview? Ursula > I had the same problem after my 9000 was upgraded to a 9500 (profiles were > great before that, no tweaking required). Instead of adjusting the magenta, > I had better results by adding red and blue (red 25 and blue anywhere from > 30 to 34). Print a known test file (like Digital Dog's or Photodisc) after > each tweak and carefully examine the neutral colors. I spent many hours > getting my profiles done, but am very happy with the results. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Ursula Freer <email@example.com> >> As long as we are on that subject again - I had to tweak my profile quite > a >> bit by adding magenta in the sliders to get rid of the green cast. Now my >> preview has a terrible magenta cast. Is this the way it's supposed to > work? - 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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