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Old 11-06-2009, 03:46 PM   #5
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shane: The suggestions I've seen are that it's an Epson driver problem. Have you seen different?
Not really but then I'm an Epson girl ('-}}) so I frequent the Epson lists...

Having said that, I'm not sure it's only an Epson problem because as I understand it--particularly from that Luminous Landscape link --is that the problem lies in the Apple API used in CS4 ("The reason you don’t see these issues when printing from Photoshop versions CS2 and CS3 is because they use the older Apple print APIs, which are now deprecated in Leopard and Snow Leopard.").

What I don't know is who wrote the API code--Apple or Adobe?

Also, this appears to affect only some of the Epson printers--from what I've read, I think it's the large format printers starting with the 4000 series and I think the 3800 works ok with CS4 and L/SL but I may not be remembering correctly...

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