That is very helpful. However I don't know how to get the profiles I downloaded to the folder that is used to simlulate. I tried to use the profiles I have and the have ext of icc. That does not seem to work. i.e. costco-CA-MarinaDelRey-Gls.icc. I need more help. Thanks
Where did you install the profiles?
…and did you reboot your machine afterawrds. or did you at least log out and back in?
You have provided no information about your setup at all (shame, shame!) so I can't comment until you do.
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Where did you install the profiles?
Dja13\c\Photography\Printer Profiles -Costco Marina-2014\Printer Noritsu
3411-Pro, Fuji Crystal Archive Paper
The file itself reads "Costco-CA-MarinaDelRey-Gls.icc"
I have tried to copy it over to Proff Set Up. It will not accept .icc.
looking for something else.
This was intended to be a holding folder until I knew where to copy the
…and did you reboot your machine afterawrds. or did you at least log out
and back in?
YRE I rebooted several times.
You have provided no information about your setup at all (shame, shame!) so
I can't comment until you do.
I hope I have given you the information you need to be helpful.
On Tue, Nov 4, 2014 at 10:43 AM, station_two <email@example.com>
In the ICC profile Installation:
There is no color folder.
I appreciate your effort. i wil contact Dry Creek. This has got be easier than what we are going tlhough.
thanks for your help
Did you try the right click Install option? Seems the simplest if it works.
I tried that. In Windows/Sytem32/spool/drivers/color there are a lot of profiles including the ones I want to use.
They do not come up in PhotoShop.
The have endings of icc and icm.
Photoshop Customize Proof Condition seems to be looking for a diferent ending .PSF
The other options don't appear for installation. The pop up is Customize Proof Condition, Under Divice To Simulate there are a number of choices but not the ones In Windows/Sytem32/spool/drivers/color
It should not be this omplicated.
These ICC and ICM profiles are available to Photoshop. You may be missing a couple of points.
1. The profile name is NOT the file name. You cannot tell what the profile name is by looking at it in Windows. For example, I have a file there called RSWOP.ICM. The profile name - and what you would see in Photoshop - might be "Agfa: SWOP standard" (or not). So to use the profile you need to know its real name.
2. Profiles have different types. The most common are RGB profiles and CMYK profiles. There are monitor profiles and printer profiles. Photoshop will only show the RELEVANT TYPE of profile. For example it will show CMYK profiles only in CMYK colour setup.
I've no idea where you are seeing pop-ups like "Customize Proof condition". You must right click IN WINDOWS EXPLORER to get the install option. Where are you right clicking?
Thank you. I will take your suggestion. And reply back