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Default Print Mode- Was is Changed? 9 months 2 weeks ago #5858

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I normally use Default -Fast for all my printing. As of late grays printed in the mode turn pink. I have tried other modes which get the colour right but the quality of the print is poor. Any ideas?

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Default Print Mode- Was is Changed? 9 months 2 weeks ago #5860

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Hello Mike,
What printer do you use? also what version of VPM and what version of the driver?
Help >About VPM & Devices > Manage Devices.
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Default Print Mode- Was is Changed? 9 months 2 weeks ago #5861

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I have a Mimaki JV33-130
VPM Version 5.27.00
Build 6995
Where do I find the version of the driver
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Driver Version 4.138
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Default Print Mode- Was is Changed? 9 months 2 weeks ago #5865

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I have checked and the printer driver is not changed since 2014.

The default printmode has the following settings:
resolution 720 x1080 MD
High Speed Mode is OFF
Uni directional printing.
print Speed normal.

If you can find another printmode with these settings that gives you the correct colour then change to that mode.
You could also find a mode that gives good colour, make a copy and change to the settings above, it's a bit more hit and miss but might work successfully.

In VPM You would need to choose Tools > Options > Show Advanced Settings and Options.

Then use devices > manage printmodes to find a suitable mode to check settings or make a copy of.
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