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[filmscanners] Re: VueScan profile problem!

Sorry - but are you guys referring to the "Monitor Color Space" pull
down under the "Color" tab in Vuescan?   I can't find anything that is
labeled "Monitor Profile."   Am I missing it?

On Mon, 24 Jun 2002 12:31:27 -0400, you wrote:

>On Mon, 24 Jun 2002 09:01:00 -0500, "" <wogears@fast.net> wrote:
>>Oh drat!
>>Here Ed implements monitor profiles in VS at last, and I
>>can't find mine! Using VS 7.5.34 on WinXP Home, I choose
>>"ICC Profile" in the Monitor Profile popup. I then browse to
>>the folder (XP default .../Spool/Drivers/Color) where my
>>PhotoCal profile resides, and I can't "see" it! Only a few
>>profiles are available, some CMYK setups and a few older PS
>>default settings. What is wrong here (if anything)? My
>>PhotoCal profle is correctly named with a .icm extension
>>(which VS is now supposed to recognize) as per Windows
>>requirements. (If the app didn't give it the correct suffix,
>>it wouldn't work...)I tried making a copy with a .icc
>>extension, and that didn't work either. Anyone grok this?
>>Thanks in advance,
>In the Color tab click on the @ button next to the "Monitor ICC Profile"
>entry, and navigate to the color directory.  Then in the "Files of type:"
>box in the popup, just erase what's there and type in *.icm and all the ICM
>profiles will appear. Then select the one you want.
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