PS insists on printing B&W and screened on Kodak ColorEase

PS insists on printing B&W and screened on Kodak ColorEase

Post by Lorne Tontegod » Wed, 08 Jan 1997 04:00:00

We are having some difficulty with Photoshop insisting on printing images
to the Kodak ColorEase printer as a screen and in B&W. Other programs don't
do this when set the same way (Corel, etc.). This is a continuous tone

We are running PS 3.0.5 under Windows 95. If anyone has encountered this
problem as well I would love to hear from you.

If you could email as well as post, I would be greatful. This is a large
news group and things tend to get lost in it.
Lorne Tontegode


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Photographic quality continuous-tone (non-dithered) dye sublimation prints.

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SCSI interface for external hard drive (optional).

Kodak UltraColor color rendering software.

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