Paper / Printer profiling with ArgyllCms and EFI ES 1000 for a newbie

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now that i have a profile for the Ferrania Optijet Matte Paper i would like to try it
You need to stick here in this post and not be posting in other threads at the same time, it’s as confusing as hell as it is trying to keep track of your posts.. Be a bit fair..
 

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Note that the ArgyllCMS driver doesn't update this.
I don't get it - you use the spectro - and the usage time does not get updated ?
The i1Pro diags should tell you as well the usage time - how does it compare ?
 

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I don't get it - you use the spectro - and the usage time does not get updated ?
It's not like the instrument has some mechanical hours counter in it. It relies on the driver software to count usage time and update the non-voltile memory in the instrument. And as I explained, it seemed safer not to write to the instrument EEPROM, given that the format is complex and not documented or standardize. (Can't be blamed for bricking the instrument if my code doesn't change it!)
 
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