I tried your suggestion, but it didn't work for me. I have version 3.6.1 and it seems to be limited in the following ways: It refuses to consider more than 2 strips, and it refuses to look at more than 34 rows. So when I try to measure a set of charts for 1728 patches, I1 Match will only consider the first 34 rows whereas the Bill Atkinson charts have 48 rows.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
I'm not sure that you can use Match to read
the larger targets, but you can use Match to generate
profiles based on the measurements that you already have using the larger targets. Let me clarify. You should use MeasureTool (part of ProfileMaker) to perform the measurements using the big target. ProfileMaker will let you read targets without a dongle. Save the measurement results to a text file.
Then do the trick you did above with replacing one of the target files for Match with the big target.
Then when you open up Match, instead of performing measurements there, you read in the measurements you made in MeasureTool by loading the saved text file. Then you hit the Next button and Match goes ahead and builds the profile.
This works on Match 3.6.1 on Windows for me.