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  1. For the life of me I cannot figure out what I'm doing wrong with my printer profile. I am using Sawgrass Virtuoso 400 and I had been expecting to see it listed as a choice when using an adjustment layer for soft proofing. I had tried printing through the Sawgrass VPM but the colours are frustratingly wrong and I am totally out of ideas. As I am very green when it comes to these types of technical issues, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hi, Can anyone tell me the correct settings to setup Affinity Photo/Designer for Sublimation printing, so to get the colours right. I use Sawgrass Inks, SG400 printer, iMac. I know for Windows based systems they use ICC profiles, but I currently use Photoshop on Mac which uses a driver and wish to make the change to Affinity!
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