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    What You Can See, You Can Print...

    "What You See Is What You Print" is classic term... everyone should be agree with this...

    But how about "What You Can See, You Can Print" ?

    I mean everything you can see on the screen it must can be printed.
    Do you agree with this ???

    is there something show up in your screen that you can't print ???

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    you can print all

    yes all can be printed...e.g printscreen

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    hi

    im asking how i can get the printing inks on my screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cahya Bintang View Post
    ... how about "What You Can See, You Can Print" ?

    I mean everything you can see on the screen it must can be printed.
    Do you agree with this ???

    is there something show up in your screen that you can't print ???
    No Cahya, I do not agree with your statement. The trouble is primarily with the colours, of course. Your screen will show you projected RGB, but whatever you're printing will be reflected CMYK (on the whole – although yes, there are going to be exceptions). So no clean oranges, no clean greens, etc on the print side, but vibrant colours on the screen side of things.

    As far as image or text elements are concerned, those should print if you can see the on your screen unless they've been set to 'do not print' in InDesign or some similar software.

    I do wonder why you are asking the question, though. I there something specific you have in mind that you can see on your screen, but can't print?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cahya Bintang View Post
    "What You See Is What You Print" is classic term... everyone should be agree with this...

    But how about "What You Can See, You Can Print" ?

    I mean everything you can see on the screen it must can be printed.
    Do you agree with this ???

    is there something show up in your screen that you can't print ???
    Yes like things in a hidden layer or things specially marked to not get printed or even things that your rip does not understand and ignores or maybe even white objects set to overprint and many many others....

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    good tip to have that is why i use preflight all the time

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    Smile ...peace

    It was supposed to and I agree, why not 'what I dreamed could be seen and realized?!

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    -color gamut of screen wider than color gamut of print.

    -some vivid color on screen must be print with special color for vivid effect

    -source of color on screen is source of light too but color of print is come form reflex of light from print media

    -some color feeling,effect of print cannot be shown in screen ..for example fluorescent color

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    Depends

    Depends on the interpretation of the word Print, conventional prints on paper do have limitation compared to screen but there is a way to print transparency on a film recorder and use transparency projector to get the same image quality as screen, even moving pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indra1 View Post
    Depends on the interpretation of the word Print, conventional prints on paper do have limitation compared to screen but there is a way to print transparency on a film recorder and use transparency projector to get the same image quality as screen, even moving pictures.

    some method to make slide films from digital file
    they call digital film recorder
    Example (oldies tool)
    http://www.marietta.edu/~mcshaffd/macro/pfilmrec.html

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    Do You mean like WYSIWYG "What You See Is What You Get" ??

    Coz I never could have close results of what I see on the screen and what I get from the printer..
    I tried some general calibrating methods (If You can call them methods) but nothing would work..

    Does anyone have a proven way to do it?? it would be most appreciated..

    P.S. : I have an HP CP1515n printer.

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    Smile

    btul gan, cuma sering gak seperti aslinya

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    "WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)" is a legend unless management "perfect" color .......... be a pro what

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    i do in llustrator my files in cmyk becuase is for print, but if want send a example to my client for email Must i send him in cmyk jpg or rgb jpg? he got same color what he see in screen when he got my files? some knew this?

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    in rgb or cmyk, in your case it is the same thing as it faudrais first calibrate your screen and then choose the conversion mode and create a profile that converts CMYK color printing RGB display for your client ... ........ it is a bit more complicated than to answer a single message

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