Hi Lynette,

Although, I have started switching from Adobe a few years back, in your
case Adobe guy might be right to ask you to upgrade to High Sierra. Each
new version of Mac OS X (macOS) automatically instals new/updated printer
divers. When you don't have the right driver installed, macOS allows you to
print through GIMP but can not offer all the options available through that
specific printer's driver.

It might also help to know that even a periodic Sierra update should have
provided/updated your printer's driver but it is common of manufacturers —
in your case Epson — to not care to provide new drivers or their updates to
Apple until a new macOS version is due out. Hence, all the hassle.


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On 27 February 2018 at 04:16, Lynette Cook <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Fiona, well, isn't that interesting? No, the Adobe tech didn't mention
> anything about this app. I felt he kept pushing me to upgrade to High
> Sierra, though when pressed couldn't be definitive about how that would
> help me.
> Lynette
> On Feb 26, 2018, at 2:50 PM, Fiona Renée Martin wrote:
> Hi Lynette,
> I see the print options in Photoshop have changed recently. I’m using CC
> 2017.1.1 and El Capitan. When I try to select “Photoshop Manages Colors” in
> the print dialog box, I get a message that directs me to this link to
> download the “Adobe Color Print Utility” app, which supposedly helps you
> print without color management:
> color-management-option-missing.html
> Can’t say it’ll work (haven’t tried it yet) but maybe it’s worth a shot.
> Did the folks at Adobe mention this app?
> Fiona
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