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1  Technical Discussions / Computer Hardware / Re: i1 Display2 how long does it last? on: March 15, 2011, 04:02:56 AM
Not just i1d2 but all of monitor calibration tools are sensitive to shock or moisture or dust which means their robustness are dependent on how the user handle them.

My first i1d2 died after 2 years of use and another spyder lasted little longer than i1d2 but not much of difference.

Iím using a Spyder3 Studio SR package now and Iím pretty happy with it.
2  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: Is there a way to show grid line in Full Page Editor? on: September 03, 2010, 11:07:13 AM
Thanks Fred and Terry.
I didnít know such function is there. 

Itís so fun to use CTRL arrow and I played with it for more than ten minutes to get used to it.  Grin
Although, CTRL arrow is not exactly what I was looking for, it will save my time quite a bit.

Thanks again for the great tip. 

Jay
3  Mike's Software / Qimage / Is there a way to show grid line in Full Page Editor? on: September 02, 2010, 09:01:48 AM
Iím using Studio Edition and trying to find an easier way to place multiple images for roll paper.

Defining Print Location is simple and precise but if I have do it for over 30 images, it becomes tedious.

Jay
4  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: Double-byte Asian Characters in IPTC on: May 30, 2010, 06:02:04 AM
An interesting finding.
If I put image file name in Korean letter, QI prints file name in Korean but not IPTC data.
Sort of found a solution but it is not really helping me as I have to rename over 600 scanned images.  Grin

I have read IPTC standard and found following under FAQ:
Can I use IPTC standards even if English is not used at my company?
Of course! All IPTC standards are designed to be independent of any specific language. Although our publications are written in English and meetings are conducted in English, every recent standard is usable by any written language that is supported by Unicode.

http://www.iptc.org/cms/site/single.html?channel=CH0090&document=CMS1243263053578
5  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: download cutouts? on: May 30, 2010, 05:05:21 AM
I agree with Mike. 

Thank you!!! Grin
6  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: download cutouts? on: May 29, 2010, 07:05:34 AM
May I have a copy of the Cutouts please?
jaylee0503@yahoo.co.kr

Thank you.
7  Mike's Software / Qimage / Double-byte Asian Characters in IPTC on: May 24, 2010, 03:33:27 PM
I just discovered that QI does not recongnise info from IPTC data that written in Korean. 
Iím using Korean version of Vista 64.
Is there any workaround to printing IPTC Caption/Description that written in Asian double-byte characters?
8  Mike's Software / Qimage / Re: couple questions on: August 11, 2009, 11:49:42 AM
RPM is Resolution Performance Management.  It isn't any more "management" than Best Photo or Photo.

In simplistic terms:

A little less ink (in most cases) and about the same printing time can be had by using Best Photo and High Speed set to off.

The real understanding of how Epson prints these is an interpolation.  720 as the base resolution moves the paper (for argument's sake) 1/720th of an inch.  1440 moves the paper half as far each time, 2880 slower yet, and so on.  Some brands have a 600 or other dpi base resolution.

Think of a film or flatbed scanner.  They all have "native" optical resolutions.  Finer resolutions are made by stepping the head, film or light source at a lesser rate.

Great info.  Thanks!
9  Technical Discussions / Printer Media / Re: Shipping prints on: August 01, 2009, 05:47:11 AM
 Grin Cheesy Roll Eyes
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