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Upgrade to 10.6 has caused print issues


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Hi. I have upgraded my MacBook Pro to Snow Leopard 10.6 and now everytime I try to print from Photoshop it says the image is in PostScript - something that has never happened before - and then doesn't print properly. BLack & white photos are coming out with an overexposed / neon look - lovely! How do I get this all back to normal? I have a wedding to shoot in 3 days time and I am panicking!
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It would help if you told us the make and model of your printer. Also, the first thing I would try is go to the printer maker's web site and download - install the latest drivers they have for Snow Leopard.
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It is a Canon Pixar iX4000 - I will try the Canon website - thanks.
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Obviously I mean Pixma!
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PIXMA iX4000

See if that helps.

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