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I am using Avery T-shirt transfer paper. The man in the white uniform keeps printing green instead of white. I am putting this photot on a white t-shirt, printed from my HP Photo Smart D7360. After applying diffenent tecniques and printing 6 times, his uniform is still greenish. thank you for your help. Barbara

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GREEN is a combination of Cyan and Yellow, although i would assume that all other colors are working fine if you can find a printing properties, and reduce the amount of cyan it would help you a bit until you have achieved your desired result.

otherwise you may have to recalibrate your printer to suit a perfect color matching

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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    ariel santos Aug 14, 2008

    im glad you make it work... cheers

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