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Panther had built in Quartz filters - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I don't know how useful this is but if you select Colorsync from the "Copies & Pages" pull down menu (in the Print dialog box), you have the option of applying 7 different Quartz filters: Black and White, Sepia, Gray Tone, Lightness Increase, Lightness Decrease, and Reduce File Size. There's also the option of adding more filters. I suspect more filters will be written in the near future. Like I said, I don't know how useful this is as I do this sort of thing in PSE. I haven't tried printing anything with the filters yet. My paper is downstairs ...

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    Default Panther had built in Quartz filters

    I don't know how useful this is but if you select Colorsync from the "Copies & Pages" pull down menu (in the Print dialog box), you have the option of applying 7 different Quartz filters: Black and White, Sepia, Gray Tone, Lightness Increase, Lightness Decrease, and Reduce File Size. There's also the option of adding more filters. I suspect more filters will be written in the near future.

    Like I said, I don't know how useful this is as I do this sort of thing in PSE. I haven't tried printing anything with the filters yet. My paper is downstairs and I'm too lazy to go get it. ;-)

    BTW, found this hint over at MacOSXHints <http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20031027180428655>. Great site with all kinds of useful hints.

    Joe
    Joe_Henry1000@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Joe, is printing working okay for you? I can't get a decent print since I upgraded--all values have shifted and I can't get things set right.
    Barbara_Brundage@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Panther had built in Quartz filters

    Barb,

    If you're talking color values and such, I'm the wrong guy to ask. I just don't have the eye for that sort of thing unless something is really, really ed up. Having said that, things seem to be printing ok for me. I just printed some photo-quality prints from some old family photo's that I just scanned in. Looks good in fact.

    Joe
    Joe_Henry1000@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Wish I could say the same. The monitor is hugely darker than the prints, and the green channel is more active in prints also. I have set up 13 different monitor profiles and the same thing happens with every single one. 8^(
    Barbara_Brundage@adobeforums.com Guest

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