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Help with a weird problem.

Discussion in 'Roland' started by JMDigital, May 19, 2007.

  1. JMDigital

    JMDigital Active Member

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    I have a ROLAND CJ500 , I am haveing the strangest problem that I can not pin down. I have however narrowed it down to I think a FLEXI 7.5 problem.

    When I print vectors everything looks 100% correct. When I print IMAGES I get color problems. For example in the image I have attached, I created the 4 color blocks on the left in flexi as vectors. I then exported them as a jpeg and loaded the jpeg into the same flexi file. Side by side I sent them to the printer. I also told flexi to print the color bars you see wraped arround the 2 images just to see if it was a hardware or software thing. They should have printed basicly the same. However this reproduced my problem exactly. In IMAGES any WHITE seems to turn a light blue shade. This destroys photos and I do not know what might have happened to flexi to do this? Is there an easy way to re-set the flexi settings to default without re-installing? I dont want to make it worse or cause any more problems.

    Thak you for any help


    I have tried to change some of the settings below with no luck, When I printeed the example I used PHOTO GLOSS PAPER and the settings were set like this

    - ADVANCED TAB -
    PHOTO GLOSS PAPER
    Color correction ON (I have turned this off it just makes the image darker with the same problem)
    COLOR SETTINGS - ALL SET TO DEFAULT
    COLOR MODE - CMYKOrGr (I have changed to CMYK with no change)
    COLOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - AUTOMATIC
    DRIVER OPTIONS - ENABLE DRIVER OPTIONS = OFF (when I turn this on the image does not print, i get a static type mess this must allwatys be off for the printer to work at all)
    -COLOR TAB-
    ALL SET TO ZERO



    This is a SCAN of what printed
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  2. javila

    javila Active Member

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    Your rendering intent for raster data is set to absolute colorimetric instead of relative colorimetric/perceptual.
     
  3. JMDigital

    JMDigital Active Member

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    I found that setting.. it did fix it alot. Images are just a little dark now but I fixed that ..
     
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