i have another very useful app that cannot print targets, although it
can perform color space conversions and softproofing:
On Wednesday, April 27, 2011, Doyle Yoder <email@hidden> wrote:
> This discussion has gone on long enough with some basic facts not being told.
> Turning off CM for printing targets can be done with.
> Adobe Color Printing Utility
> Photoshop CS4
> And I am sure there are more.
> With the latest Epson Driver and the latest Canon Drivers, (provided PSCS4 is listed in the special casing file). I have no direct experience with HP drivers.
> Turning off CM is not possible with the following application.
> Photoshop CS5
> So for those that think Apple has a real problem please explain why only a very few applications have this problem and some old printer drivers have this problem. What do suggest Apple should do, given that most current drivers and apps allow no CM printing for printing targets?
> This probably was a much bigger issue a few years ago but it seems to me that most players in this game today have this working correctly.
> On Apr 27, 2011, at 3:39 PM, MARK SEGAL wrote:
>> Andrew, pray-tell: what are "the relevant data points" (this issue has been
>> defined at nauseum by now - e.g. we can't turn CM off to print targets)? And if
>> asking the List manager, who represents Apple to us, how the problem will be
>> resolved is not a tact that will work, do you have a suggestion about what tact
>> will work?
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