I will print targets on my Canon iP6700D, which will be used to create a high-quality ICC profile for the printer.
I print from BibblePro (http://www.bibblelabs.com/), which allows me to specify an ICC Profile.
For my initial test, I turned off truematch in TurboPrint and printed the image. The result was much darker than what I see on screen.
Next, I turned on truematch in TurPrint and printed the same image. The result was very close.
Question: Should I turn-off truematch for my test prints?
My reading of the documentation lead me to believe that this is the case, but then I saw this on a BibblePro forum:
the thread on the turbolinux forum was initiated by me. Today I asked once more. Printing with truematch color unchecked gives only a "brown souce" with a thick color film.
This might lead me to believe otherwise.