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 on: Today at 02:42:17 pm 
Started by Slobodan Blagojevic - Last post by RMW
Masterful !

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 on: Today at 01:02:07 pm 
Started by mcpix - Last post by mearussi
The storage unit should at least have a light. If you can reach it unscrew the light and install this:
https://www.amazon.com/ABORNI-Light-Polarized-Splitter-Converter/dp/B0B45JV825/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?crid=21AZPV76V4DIH&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.ErqLrnKePKeOLeyGm4eLzg-eRTPRuY6JKqq3arVIZ6lFgaprHR4UCx0YDsGbFqOGARqdc02avpg2Pu-8ptkW26onYzUYv7g__Dvd3byJ1E6YBsKuTpuePxS25i_cXc75f-QnL7lSCF-pAY0IdCYPRdRRRyMjQVWBDNQE5mfaPKRavyOmxauceTgECVVjZTNLjJ0FUi8jZL-y2DD3xecIokWJXCwiPwjb2YNw9IsgDJXCBjbp7sa-3op_0BuHhhu56IGnl4rB37OksgEyDvd22CurHWYpaOTjCIUk46DTL48.pXbfYkEv_vU0UvwkFTHQ-KenD01Wsc-4n_RIdtiNotw&dib_tag=se&keywords=screw%2Bin%2Blight%2Bsocket%2Bwith%2Bpower%2Boutlet&qid=1709229572&sprefix=screw%2Bin%2Bloight%2Bsocket%2Bwith%2Bpower%2Boutlet%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-1-spons&sp_csd=d2lkZ2V0TmFtZT1zcF9hdGY&th=1

There should be enough power for the printer.

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 on: Today at 10:00:53 am 
Started by Jeremy Roussak - Last post by Robert Roaldi
Another week, another funding crisis. It's hard to take these seriously. If it keeps happening every few weeks, it's not correct to keep calling them crises, imo.  https://www.politico.com/live-updates/2024/02/28/congress/leaders-reach-spending-deal-00143849


I've been wondering something about those IVF labs in Alabama. I understand why they've stopped operating, the legal risks are too high to continue. But what about the long term. Will they have to keep the frozen embryos viable forever. What if there is a power failure and they thaw? What if they decide to close up shop, how do they shut down operations. I mean, oil and gas companies regularly shut down operations leaving well heads in fields rusting for decades. That's relatively easy to do, there's nothing to keep running. But if an IVF lab stops operating, they have freezers full of unborn human babies, according to the new Alabama law. What if they run out of money to pay the electricity bills? Will the state government take them over, use taxpayer money to keep the freezers going? They're going to have to figure out some kind of industry sunset procedure. Shadier labs will probably just shred the paperwork, zero out the hard drives and flush the thawed embryos. I mean, who'd know? Share prices in that industry must be hurting.

Which state will attempt to outlaw contraception first, do you think?



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 on: Today at 07:41:45 am 
Started by armand - Last post by francois
Thank you Francois!
I use the built in iPhone photos app. While I have a couple more apps I don't even recall last time I've used them.

Thanks for the info about your processing. I should try one of these days!

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 on: February 28, 2024, 06:20:51 pm 
Started by MattBurt - Last post by MattBurt
I did not even know there are tripod snowshoes ...

They work pretty well!
https://www.amazon.com/Manfrotto-230-Tripod-Snow-Shoes/dp/B000ER51YY

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 on: February 28, 2024, 05:27:51 pm 
Started by Kyle D Jackson - Last post by Kyle D Jackson
The old one, on the left.

Thanks @sportmaster . I've since learned that the newer-looking one on the right is the "V4" driver that HP introduced a few years ago, not exactly sure when. It's not a specific Z3200 driver, it's an omnibus driver that includes a lot(!) of HP printer models. (Unlike my old Z3100 driver which is for that model only.)

I've also learned that the driver version number shows the year -- "61.yy..." where yy is the year.

What version is yours and where did you download it? Is it the PCL3 driver, or the Postscript driver? I have the PCL3 driver 61.2313.0.100, released Jan 2024(!). I can't find any older PCL3 versions. I have a Rev B printer if it matters (Q6720B).

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 on: February 28, 2024, 05:14:14 pm 
Started by William Chitham - Last post by Kyle D Jackson
Just got a new computer running Windows 11.   It took some effort, but it runs the legacy HP software and Qimage Ult. for my HPz3200 revB to revA conversion.

Hi @sportmaster , what driver version are you running and where do we download it?

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 on: February 28, 2024, 05:07:52 pm 
Started by dgberg - Last post by Ferp
The P8000 is listed as a supported printer in the latest version of QTR, so it should work so long as you have the latest version.  The 5370 is brand new and so is not supported, yet, but given that it has the P900 head I have faith that Roy Harrington will support it sooner or later.

I'm also a PC user, so it's hard to comment, but as QTR on Mac is a printer driver then I assume that paper selection and other settings are selected in the same way as other printer drivers.  If not then Print Tool is your friend, but I think it means saving an exported image from LR, which is what Win users have to do.

There is a dedicated QTR group on groups.io where most people seem to be on Mac and Roy seems moderately active.  You're going to get most information and advice there. 

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 on: February 28, 2024, 04:25:46 pm 
Started by Kyle D Jackson - Last post by felix5616
I recently sold my Z3200 when HP refused to offer warranty service and stopped servicing them as of April. I looked at the Z9+ with gloss channel installed but there seems to be too many issues with the new printers from HP, the Z9+ is like a performance downgrade and I don't trust promises made by HP. There are far fewer adopters of the Z9+ printers and those that have a very well versed in their function and operation, something not many can say.  I looked at the Canon Pro 4600 but it also has little info available. It appears that printer companies have given up or are no longer enthusiastic about photo printers. I have essentially given up hope.

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 on: February 28, 2024, 03:38:03 pm 
Started by Kyle D Jackson - Last post by sportmaster
The old one, on the left.

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