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Old Dec 18, 2004, 9:04 AM   #11
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About the line on the photograph - i think you misunderstood me. I was not speaking abuot banding that one used to get with old printer. i get very fine lines as if the papaer has s fine superficial cut and i suspect that these are made from the spikes that are present in the roller as the paper come out. You need to see them at a particular reflection of the paper - look at the photo from the side or at an angle.
I don't get those on Canon Pro paper. It sounds like the ink isn't drying. Lower the dry time on the maintenance tab if you have increased it. The Kodak paper I think swells to encapsulate the ink to give the longevity. I have read about ink pooling on that kind of paper. It might be causing your lines if you are getting it only with the Kodak. The printer defaults to minimum drying time, so if you haven't changed that the only solution would be another paper choice in the printer driver.

If Kodak sent you a profile post it. Others might be interested.



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Old Dec 18, 2004, 11:57 AM   #12
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KODAK Paper Product - Kodak Ultima Picture Paper UPP-4-A

Ink Cartridge - Color

Paper/Media - Photo Paper Plus Glossy

Advanced Settings - Print Quality> High, Color Adjustment> Manual, Magenta -10, Yellow +5
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