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This is an approximate guesstimate method of trying to calibrate your workflow. It is not the way the professionals do it & there is much more margin for error... For home printing you can entirely ignore CMYK, unless your existing images are already in CMYK, in which case you've a bit more approximation to do at the end. Home printers don't use CMYK, ...


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Garbage in → Garbage out! This is exactly what a uncalibrated system should produce. Inconsistent results. But also note your not telling me the most important part, what is your conversion intent. Anyway the purpose of color management is to simulate a result. Explicitly it is not geared to make same colors same on all system applications. Indeed it is ...


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