I am using a Mac Pro with Mountain Lion and the Adobe CS6 package that came with Adobe Acrobat X (version 10.1.3).
As with the other programs in CS6, when I print I cannot turn off the Gloss Optimizer. I used one cartridge in on day. Expensive to say the least.
I checked out the color profiles for the printer and Adobe does not have a "SPR1900 Plain Paper / Bright White Paper" to select. They seem to have everyting Epson offers but that. They do have something called "SPR1900 Standard". Don't know what that means and it does not solve the problem. I suspect the issue is that all the choices override my printer commands. Has anyone else had this issue and, if so, have you arrived at any solution.
I called Adobe about this and they are aware of the issue. They cannot resolve it on the fly. I have to wait for them to address it and then for it be included in a major release (not an update). Very frustrating. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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