I had the same problem with my EpsonR2400. It is the last 13-inch Epson that accepts roll paper, and I depend on that. But the only working driver is forMessage 1 of 36 , Dec 1 3:06 PMView SourceI had the same problem with my EpsonR2400. It is the last 13-inch Epson that accepts roll paper, and I depend on that. But the only working driver is for Windows XP. Worse still, installing any version of Photoshop after CS2 breaks even the XP driver-- you get horrible green-and-pink pictures no matter what you ask for.So, if you have the space, I suggest you do what I did: keep the old computer and s/w as-is, just for printing. I have to actually copy the files to the old machine and print them there from CS2, remote printiing from newer Windows versions or Mac OS is out of the question. But this way everything works the way I understand it, and the wholes setup was "free" :-). Indeed it works so well that I have bought an old but unused R2400 to carry on when the present one dies.This is a simple application of one of the fundamental principles of engineering:"if it ain't broke, don't fix it".--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Bjørn K Nilssen <bk@...> wrote:
> Looks like moving to Windows 8 at same time forces me to leave my fairly
> trusty, but very old, Epson R800 printer behind, as the available drivers
> are extremely bare-bones :(
> Looking for a new A3+ printer suitable for printing long/wide panoramas on
> rolls, as well as the occasional document, invoice etc, is pretty hard.
> It looks like none of the sites with comparisons, or even just with
> detailed specs, thinks that the info about ability to take paper rolls is
> of interest to anyone. Neither is it easily visible on pictures of the
> Could anyone here recommend an A3+(?) printer that can take rolls, and
> print high quality at not too prohibitive cost?
> So far the only ones I have seen are Epson R3000 and R2880 that can take
> I've had several Epsons. They print nicely, but they have all had some
> problems with paper feeding.
> The R800 has been very expensive in inks, while my old Stylus 3000 (A2)
> was very cheap.
> Sendt med Operas revolusjonerende e-postprogram: http://www.opera.com/mail/
I have the 5.5 and he 5.6. Could I send it for email@example.com ? regards, Antonio Cabral Com os melhores cumprimentos, António Cabral digisfera webMessage 36 of 36 , Dec 4 2:01 PMView SourceI have the 5.5 and he 5.6.
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2012/12/4 Henrik <tived@...>Contact autodesk, would b the first choice
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On 05/12/2012, at 2:50, Michael McKelvey <m_t_j_mckelvey@...> wrote:
Does anyone know how or where I can an old copy of Realviz Stitcher 5.5 from? I lost it from my PC and as Realviz have been taken over by AutoDesk am stumped as to where I can find a copy, I do have its original serial number.M