This is a continuation of the topic "Color mismatch when an image is printed."
opensuse 42.1 linux 4.1.31-30-default x86_64 gimp 2.8.16 Display color profile: Adobe RGB (1998) I have a Epson PM225 inkjet color printer. Several months ago the printer output an image whose color was a very close match to the displayed image. Currently, the printer's output has a strong green tint, a poor match to the display. The previous topic had several discussions regarding color profiles. I have tried a variety of them for the display. None of the profiles has made the slightest difference in the output. In GIMP settings for Color Management, (Edit :: Preferences :: Color Management), I have set the "Printer simulated profile" to US Sheetfed Uncoated. It has made zero difference to the output. One of the suggestions was to create a color profile for the printer. The docs make no mention of how to do this. Epson does not offer a ICC profile for that printer. 1. How do I create a color profile for a printer? 2. Why has the output image changed color? 3. Why has changing the color profiles made no difference whatsoever? -- James Moe moe dot james at sohnen-moe dot com 520.743.3936 Think.
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