[scribus] re washed out printout

Terry Todd tlt at badger.tltodd.com
Fri May 16 18:53:20 CEST 2008


Turning off or on color management in preferences or in document
settings makes no differnce in the output I get from printing on
my local printer attached to my computer.

Maybe I should try 1.3.4 like you are using.  What OS are you
running it on?

Terry Todd

On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 12:42:42PM -0400, Henry Hartley wrote:
> Terry Todd wrote:
> >> On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 11:54:15AM -0400, Henry Hartley wrote:
> >> > 
> >> > That being said, when I loaded your SLA file and printed it
> >> > directly, it came out looking exactly like the darker of the two
> >> > supplied PDF files (with the exception of the slanted picture).
> >> > So, no, I'm not seeing this problem.  This was with version 1.3.4.
> >> > I see that you tried turning off color management without any
> >> > improvement.  That's what I would have suggested.  I still think
> >> > it's likely an RGB/CMYK issue, though.  When you turned off color
> >> > management, was that in Preferences or Document Settings?
> >>
> >> If your test print of my file came out like the darker pdf file
> >> (scribus-test2.pdf) then you are seeing the exact same problem I
> >> am seeing.  I would expect the printout to come out in full color
> >> like the first pdf file (scribus-test1.pdf).
> No, to be clear, printing your SLA file directly from Scribus 1.3.4
> produces a print remarkably like scribus-test1.pdf (the darker, richer
> of the two).  Not like scribus-test2.pdf (the lighter, washed out
> version).  I am NOT seeing the same problem you are seeing.  In fact,
> I'm am not seeing a problem.
> When you turned off color management, was that in Preferences or
> Document Settings?
> -- 
> Henry
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