Hmmm - I have Parellels on the Mac, and I run a two monitor system.
Might work for creating a profile, but I wonder if the monitor drivers from XP Pro/Parellels will correlate with the G5 video drivers and give me an accurate display.
Thus what I see on the screen has no correlation to the printed image, even if the printed image has a custom profile. Sure the profile to the printer is valid relative to the digital file sent to the printer, but no value for what I see on the monitor.
So, what is really gained if you can't have the two varibles (monitor/print) in agreement with each other??
Heck, I'll give it a try in the morning and let you know what I come up with - interesting experiment and sure would beat having to waste the Pulse ColorElite!
Don't think I'm missing anything here, but clue me in if I am.
Sorry, don't know what was running through my mind when I wrote that - the principle is OK, but I got the order mixed up. First print the Pulse Elite target using your Mac driver so the printer will work. Then switch to Windows and measure the target with your Pulse Elite. Store the resulting profile in your driver folder for the Mac. See if you can do that. Would be interested to hear back.