Profile Printer

Discussion in 'Razer Support' started by Graydog7, Dec 8, 2020.

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  1. Graydog7

    Graydog7 New Member

    I recently purchased a Tartarus Pro and although it's a very nice thing I find the biggest issue is that I forget the keymaps that I create for various games if I haven't played them recently. Is there a way to print them out on a device (Tartarus Pro) template image...If not, why not?

    Something like this with the assignments printed on the keys

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  2. There are a few things to look at. First and foremost, have you downloaded the correct paper profile? Not only for the printer, but for the paper as well. Canon printers use a different set of profiles than Epson printers, which are not the same as HP printers. You'll also need the correct profile for your printer model. Your Pixma Pro-100 and my Pixma Pro-1 have different profiles. As a result, you must fit the paper profile to the paper as well as the printer model and brand.

    Then look at the print options. I usually print from Lightroom, but if I don't override it and let Lightroom handle it, the printer may try to do its own thing. Multiple programmed could be attempting to manage the color coming from the printer at the same time. As a result, the colors would be incorrect. You must also ensure that the software is configured to use the correct paper profile. It can't figure out which profile to use on its own. You must select the appropriate option. When printing, I also increase the brightness and contrast because otherwise the images would be too dim.
     
  3. Graydog7

    Graydog7 New Member

    Thanks for your reply. I think you may have missed the point I was making? I would like to see a button or option in the Razer software that would print your assignments on a "template" of the device that you could refer to at a later time, much like many of the keymap diagrams available on the internet after someone has taken the time and effort to produce one.
     
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