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10.3: Use ColorSync Utility for PDF refinement
Authored by: technicallyrite on Jul 22, '11 11:06:14AM

This no longer works in Lion. Colorsync Utility does appear to still have extra filters, so if anyone finds out how to use them please share. This was a great hint when it worked.



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10.7: Use ColorSync Utility for PDF refinement
Authored by: SirPavlova on Mar 24, '12 12:32:48PM

After making the filter in ColorSync Utility, move or copy the filter from ~/Library/Filters/ to /Library/PDF Services/ (or /Library/Filters/ but that doesn't exist by default). If you called the filter “Make My PDF Awesome”, the filter will be saved as a file called Make My PDF Awesome.qfilter.

It seems pretty stupid of Apple to mess up the whole user's library, then machine's library, then OS X's library thing, but apparently that's what they wanted to do.

Credit & thanks go out to midnightmac on the Apple Discussion Forums, whoever they may be.



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