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 on: July 24, 2014, 08:06:18 PM 
Started by dumainew - Last post by Garnick
Hello All.
Is it preferable to flatten the soft-proofed file before sending it onto the printer? Have PS manage the print.
Running PS 2014 on Mavericks. Printing on an Epson r2880.
Thanks.
Richard

Hi Richard,

There is of course one reason you need to flatten before printing.  If you need to rotate the image to fit most economically on roll stock and if you have any layer effects, you will find that some effects will not take kindly to image rotation.  As an example, if you have added a drop shadow to a layer and then rotate 180 without flattening first, you will notice that the shadow will not rotate and will actually be on the opposite side of the type, object etc.  If it was a downward shadow it will become and upward shadow in that case.  Some other effects are also prone to problems due to image rotation.  Of course these issues would manifest no matter the reason for rotation, but you can very quickly ruin a print by forgetting to flatten an image containing layer effects.  Also, sometimes if you have added a notation to the image and then rotate before flattening the note may end up outside the image window if or when you undo the rotation.  This has nothing to do with printing, but worth knowing I believe.

Gary   

 72 
 on: July 24, 2014, 08:00:03 PM 
Started by Keithw1975 - Last post by Keithw1975
Our 9900s are hooked up via Ethernet. Nothing is being plugged in, or unplugged during operation. Can anyone who has had similar problems, confirm that a third party RIP will alleviate these issues?

 73 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:56:11 PM 
Started by rollsman44 - Last post by rollsman44
  Thank you, They just contacted me and will help me with the questions I have. I appreciate your response   Rollsman

 74 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:55:12 PM 
Started by torger - Last post by digitaldog
Compared to the last Mac build of 4.1.26, what else new are you seeing?
For me, everything, first time I've download it.

 75 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:53:16 PM 
Started by Mike Sellers - Last post by jasdown
Hi Mike,

Until a more informed reply is made, the HP manual states that the "21" prefix indicates the error stems from the Service Station, and the "13" suffix Recovery Action is to "Power OFF" with "hp qualified personnel assistance required" as the Response. Not too encouraging, I'm afraid (unless you're still under warranty).

 76 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:52:35 PM 
Started by Lundberg02 - Last post by Lundberg02
It's much more f___ up than that. My Mac mini only has an HDMI port unless you use an adapter from Thunderbolt to DVI. DVI allows you to use the Dell's Adobe RGB profile or use the calibrate color space setting to create a profile. Using the HDMI port restricts the mini to 709, unless you use a very geeky  Force RGB Terminal fix.
I wasn't getting anywhere googling, so I wrote to Brock Brandenberg of bergdesign.com and he quickly replied with a full explanation. So now I'll get an adapter from Monoprice and, voila! Adobe RGB will light up.
I am pretty happy with the Dell U2413. The ergonomics are excellent. I have never seen a monitor with an up down adjustment and this one is unbelievable. Perfectly balanced in the slide, you just gently move it up and down. Dell is very Windows oriented, so it's not unexpected that they wouldn't warn Mac users about HDMI.

 77 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:50:53 PM 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by mezzoduomo
Nothing to see here. 'Sense of humor' and many other terms, like 'fine art' are equally (100%) subjective.
Pick up the pace, Slobo. This whole section of LuLa is flagging....

 Grin  Smiley  Cheesy  Roll Eyes  Kiss

 78 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:39:53 PM 
Started by Lundberg02 - Last post by Lundberg02
Brian emailed me:


Iridient Developer 2.4.4 is now available for download:
http://www.iridientdigital.com/products/rawdeveloper_download.html

This update adds RAW support for the Samsung NX3000 and also includes support for automatic lens corrections based on RAW image lens metadata for all Samsung NX mirrorless models. This update has several important bug fixes including a fix for an issue just introduced in the prior 2.4.3 update with some NEF format images (12 bit/ch uncompressed) from older Nikon models, a fix for properly embedding the ICC output profile in JPEG exports and a fix for potential crashes with some EXR HR mode images from the Fujifilm F600EXR.

 79 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:32:28 PM 
Started by MrSmith27 - Last post by RobertJ
Thanks capital. Smiley

 80 
 on: July 24, 2014, 07:15:27 PM 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by David Eckels
Slobodan  Very nice and congrats.  Alan.


Ditto, of course!

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