Mac G5 OS 10 and a Epson 7600 Need help with print utilities

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by bob j, Mar 2, 2004.

  1. bob j

    bob j Guest


    I need help from someone who uses os X and either the 2200 or 7600
    Epson. I don't care thet your other Epson printers work. I want to
    know IF there is a way to use utilities on these printers.

    I recently switched platforms from the pc to the mac and am having a
    hard time losing some features in my printing process. Here is what I
    need help with. Is there anyway to regain utilities like ink mointer,
    nozzel cleaner ect in the mac? I can't seem to find such software
    support. Also is there an image viewer like acdsee for the mac that
    is fast, easy to navigate and can shell photos into photoshop. The
    mac version of this software is garbage. What are you mac image
    experts using?

    bob j, Mar 2, 2004
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  2. bob j

    bob j Guest

    thanks. I will play with I photo some more. this learning curve is
    killer but I will get it.
    bob j, Mar 2, 2004
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  3. bob j

    bob j Guest

    It seems there is no printer utilities for the 7600! I have them for
    the 2200 but not the 7600. The i photo program requres you to load
    each directory. That is a pain and itr also loads every photo into
    the library. That is undoable for me as i have over 100,000 digital
    photos. When I try to load several directories it crashes. This is
    not user error but serious problems with this software. Still looking
    for mac software that works well for viewing images and browsing
    folders of images. I am getting more familiar with i photo and I will
    use it some but it is not what I need. I would love something that
    works like acdsee. Surely there are some mac users out there that
    have a 7600 and a good image viewer??
    bob j, Mar 3, 2004
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