Juan JosÃ© Ferrer wrote: > I have a Spyder 3 kit and I'm not very happy with it. For the displays I > never had good > profiles and for the printer... I printed always greenish pictures. At this > momnet I can't > buy other hardware. Hi, using a different profiler may not help, if it turns out that the accuracy of the instrument is the issue. > Yesterday I was playing with your software. I make a small target page and I > printed it . > I readed the patches with the spyder 3 software and I have an xml file. > I have a ti1 and ti2 files but I'm lost with the ti3 format. If you email me a sample xml file, then I might be able to create a tool to translate it to a .ti3. > Do you have any document that explain how to do the migration? If there isn't > software > made for this I can program a script for this. The .ti3 file format is documented here <http://www.argyllcms.com/doc/ti3_format.html>, and you can create dummy files using fakeread <http://www.argyllcms.com/doc/fakeread.html> > P.S. I readed that somebody was trying to read the data from the device but I > only saw a > month of messages. I can help with this if it's possible. Someone mentioned that it was probably easier than I was assuming, but it's hard to justify working on such an old, spot by spot instrument. I understand that the more recent DataColor instruments will read a strip at a time, but I don't have one of these to work on. Graeme Gill.