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greyscale its not apure b&w wen we open in ander monitor who
not calibrated and wen we dont embed profil.
wen you send yoer file, are you send him whet profil?
Sheena You need to calibrate your monitor. If you have an LCD you need a hardware calibrator.
You need to calibrate your monitor, as Buko mentions, and to make sure that the monitor profile is active in the OS -- plus you need to make sure that your Photoshop CS3 color settings are set up correctly (the North America Prepress 2 color settings would do fine, for example, though I would substitute "Gray Gamma 2.2" as the default space for grayscale images).
Funny enough... after I had calibrated my monitor earlier, in hopes that that was the problem. However, when it didn't fix it, I posted here. Since I posted this article, I've tried to calibrate again, as recommended.
Sadly, no luck. So reluctantly, I reinstalled CS2.... and suddenly, greyscale in CS3 works perfectly again! Why?!?!?!?! :|
I'm thrilled it's working, but I have no idea what happened there... perhaps they shared some sort of dll that had to do with the colour management? :S
But thanks so much for you help! I really appreciate you taking the time to give your advice!
Sheena Johnson wrote:
>So reluctantly, I reinstalled CS2.... and suddenly, greyscale in CS3 works perfectly again! Why?!?!?!?!
That *is* odd. Please let us know if you find out what caused the problem.
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Good thing it is fixed now. But that was really odd. I am planning to install CS3, too and I might experience the same. If you found out how it happened, please do inform me or us here.
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