This problem was noticed when the utility was first released and threads are at: http://www.luminous-landscape.com/forum/index.php?topic=49209.0 and http://forums.adobe.com/message/3309536#3309536 The resizing issue was noted but I don't know whether it was ever resolved since it only appeared to be happening sporadically. It may be for some measuring instruments that the tolerance is so close that slight shrinkage causes a misread. I profiled all my papers using an i1 Pro with ArgyllCMS generated targets from a Win7 machine using the Adobe Utility and did not get any misreads. The measured patch size from 'printtarg' was 12x8 mm for the print utility. I did not print targets out from Photoshop CS5 to compare the measurements since CS5 cannot be used for target printing without a work around and the utility worked fine for me. I know this doesn't answer Philip's particular issue and perhaps reposting this to Adobe may help out. Alan -----Original Message----- From: argyllcms-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:argyllcms-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Graeme Gill Sent: Friday, August 19, 2011 3:40 AM To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [argyllcms] Re: DTP20 (Pulse) patch size error Philip Reed wrote: > in Photoshop CS5 and completely disable colour management. A solution is to > use the Adobe Color Print Utility. However, I've found that this utility > does not seem to print the chart 1 to 1 but shrinks it a little. I tried Hi, that's rather a problem, since the sole purpose of Adobe C.P.U. (ACPU) is to print test charts ! Have you tried altering the page margin that printtarg allows, using the -m parameter ? It's possible that ACPU is scaling the test chart to fit it within the printable area (although this would be unhelpful behavior for a test chart print application - it should always crop rather than scale). Perhaps it's worth raising this issue with Adobe on one of their forums, or on the Apple Colorsync list ? Graeme Gill.