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francoisroux
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« on: August 20, 2006, 12:22:41 PM »
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Dear All,

I have been printing with the 2400 for months with great accuracy and consistency.

Today I printed 2 of my pictures (the files have not been edited at all since last print) and they appear to have darker midtones (it's like doing a level adjustment in Photoshop with the midtones to 0.95 instead of 1.00).

I have done a nozzle check and everything looks fine. Usually when there is a clogging problem, the print is either lighter or with banding or with color shifts but not just darker...

Has anybody experienced that?

Thank you for your help.

Francois
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« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2006, 02:29:28 PM »
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Dear All,

I have been printing with the 2400 for months with great accuracy and consistency.

Today I printed 2 of my pictures (the files have not been edited at all since last print) and they appear to have darker midtones (it's like doing a level adjustment in Photoshop with the midtones to 0.95 instead of 1.00).

I have done a nozzle check and everything looks fine. Usually when there is a clogging problem, the print is either lighter or with banding or with color shifts but not just darker...

Has anybody experienced that?

Thank you for your help.

Francois
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My Guess is your profile setup got changed - by accident or maybe you printed to a matt paper (or another non-typical paper for you) and forgot to change the profile back to your preferred paper.
Or maybe Photoshop and the printer are both trying to manage color - always a killer.
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