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Author Topic: Color Issue(greens coming out as blue)  (Read 2512 times)
Forrest
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« on: January 18, 2017, 05:16:11 PM »

When printing from Qimage on watercolor paper we are having a color problem where greens are coming out as blue. I'm thinking that this might have something to do with the ICC profile not being compatible with Qimage. The color comes out fine when printing from Qimage on other materials(different ICC profiles) such as canvas, etc.... Also the color comes out fine when printing on the watercolor through photoshop using the same ICC profile. I'm not sure if something has changed that caused this problem to start happening(as we just started having customers complain about this issue) or if we have just never noticed this issue before. For all the other ICC profiles we use for the other materials, we created them ourselves and made them version 2. However for the watercolor we got better results with using the ICC profile created by the paper manufacturer which happens to be a version 4 ICC profile. Could using a version 4 profile instead of a version 2 have something to do with this, or maybe something else that I'm completely missing?
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« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2017, 01:12:11 PM »

Hi Forrest,
Since you posted this in teh old Qimage spot, Mike would have to know what version of Qimage are you using? Pro, Studio or Ultimate?
Fred
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