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mdijb
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« on: June 27, 2006, 07:42:42 PM »
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In your new soft proofing tutorial, I cannoat match what is on your screeen shot with what is on my screen.

Your screenshot shows Custom Proof Condition->Inno Matte 16
on my screen it shows     custom Proof Condition-> Custom  When clicking on the menu tab, no other option appears.  How do you get what you get and is it a significan difference?


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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2006, 08:20:07 PM »
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In your new soft proofing tutorial, I cannoat match what is on your screeen shot with what is on my screen.

Your screenshot shows Custom Proof Condition->Inno Matte 16
on my screen it shows     custom Proof Condition-> Custom  When clicking on the menu tab, no other option appears.  How do you get what you get and is it a significan difference?
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The default is to have Custom until you actually select a profile and save it (saved setting as a .psf file). Then the name of the saved soft proof can show up. So the .psf file was named Inno Matte 16.
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