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Old 11-07-2009, 05:42 PM   #11
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shane: I just don't see how a simple bug can be held up as proof of a conspiracy when there are much simpler explanations.
I think that it's not just this particular problem (which if one's livelihood depends on making custom paper profiles would be considered more than a simple bug until this work around was discovered) but what (my guess) is seen an a disturbing trend when combined with other problems--SL apparently no longer supports scripting in ColorSync (??? I think that's the problem) which has caused a number of little utility apps that people have used for a number of years to fail and there are other difficulties...

Because I'm pc based, I sort of mildly register issues but generally don't pay attention to all the detail because it doesn't affect me. The only reason I have paid any attention to the color management/target printing problem is that a friend who is mac based was having problems so I was keeping a more focused eye out for anything that might be helpful in resolving the problem she's having...

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