Wrong, my HP 940c has a black and a color cartridge.HP's use all of the colors in the color cartridge to simulate black in a photo which:
No I'm not wrong. You misread what I was saying. The HP's use the entire color cartridge when printing color photos with black in them instead of using the black cartridge for the black parts of the color photo. The HPs only use the black cartridge when printing B/W documents, or text documents with completely seperate color areas. For photos, using the color cartridge for black sucks. There are HP though that don't use a black cartridge at all!! (the real cheap ones (632 or something like that) and the p100 PHOTO PRINTER!)Originally posted by Kid Red
Wrong, my HP 940c has a black and a color cartridge.
I don't know who you were calling, but that doesn't even come close to what I have experienced with Epson support. I have called them on more then one occasion and have always received excellent support/information. Even information not readily available to the rest of the market, just because I expressed an interest.Originally posted by vitrector
Epson has NOT produced a driver for this and MANY other printers for OSX.
When I talked to Epson customer support (again) a few days ago to find out when the driver might be coming, I was told "I'm sure we're working on it" by a guy that I had to repeat everything 3-4 times to when he was taking the obnoxiously extensive info (Name, address, serial number of printer, date of purchase, and some more things I don't remember) the reps are required to collect before addressing the reason you are actually calling.
I was eventually transferred to a Mac specialist, who said it was not a big deal, and recommended that I just print from the cl***ic environment. duh. Advice from the gifted!
In brief: Epson is disappointing to deal with!
Now I feel better; nothing like some good venting.