Yes, give that a try. This will allow you to utilize the profile but you need to make sure you setup the rest of the driver and Photoshop correctly (No Color Management in Print with Preview as an example). Epson should have a complete step by step set of instructions on their site.
The gamma setting of the display is independent of the gamma of working spaces or print spaces.
Thanks for the reply digitaldog.
I'm afraid I'm using Elements so I'm not too sure how to set it up. I have searched Epson's site but with no luck. I have seen quite a few articles on Photoshop settings which tell you what to do in a series of screenshots but without making a lot of sense to me and not referring to Elements.
Is the aim of the excercise to stop the printer having anything to do with colour management and to let Elements do it all or is it to stop Elements doing it and let the printer do it? I seem to have read that it is the former, but if so, what use is my printer profile?
Would I be correct in assuming that Elements wouldn''t require any settings to be done to it?
Also, if I am using the printer profile should I just chose ICM from the printer settings color management dialogue box?
Lastly should I leave Gamma to sort itself?
Sorry to be so dense.