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Old Jan 3, 2005, 11:55 PM   #1
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There's a calibrating tool for HiTi 640Gala, maybe all other HiTi printers have similar tools.

I'm a newbie and don't understand what numbers I have put in for position calibrating.

Here's the print of the sample test on 4*4 photo sticker paper,

http://www.evl.uic.edu/xevious/test/...ating_scan.jpg

BLUEhorizontal lines and RED vertical lines arethe edge of each sticker .


From the sample print, what numbers I should put in for Secion A and B respectively?

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Old Jan 4, 2005, 11:51 AM   #2
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Hi,

Have copied this from Hi-ti web site hope you can make sense of it

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Question :
How do I run the"Position Adjustment"test printing and setting?



Answer :
1. This tool is for sticker adjustment only.
2. Click "Start Menu/ Settings/ Printers/ Hi-Touch USB Photo Printer 63xPL/63xPS/ Printer/ Printing Preferences / Tool"
3. Click"Color reference setting/ White skin tone optimization"
4. After printing the test chart refer to it. Pick the number of the vertical bar which matches the horizontal margin between the stickers, then fill the number in the open box of the A section. Then pick the number of the horizontal bar which matches the vertical margin between stickers, then fill the number in B section4 box

This is from http://www.hi-ti.com web site under frequently asked questions hope this helps and solves the problem.

From looking at the test shot I would say that you should put number 5 in section A and section B.

It looks like the edge of this block is directly on the red boundary box all the others are slightly over or under.

Just a guess very difficult to understand their description above.


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Old Jan 7, 2005, 6:38 AM   #3
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Thank you Ian.

I wasn't sure the margine meaning. I thougt it is the non-sticker area,between stickers then I match up the middle point of the margine. I misunderstood.
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