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    I'd still say "no." But, depending on how "significantly different" it is from the original, you may not be in violation of the agreement. It would be a judgement call, with the operative...
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    What if it's an original work of skill, labour and judgement and significantly different from the original?...
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    17" is large format, not wide format.

    What are you going to be doing with the prints?

    I have a little 6-color Epson Artisan for cheap money that I use for in-office print...
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    Short answer?
    No.
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  • What Inkjet Would You Get?

    I've scanned the printer reviews in the sticky post but didn't find much in recommending any inkjets. I have a HP Photosmart 7450 but it doesn't allow me to color manage it so i'm in the market for a good replacement...

    Any suggestions? It's for proofing print work, and printing retouched photos.

    Thanks for the help!

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    I use a HP DesignJet 50 ps with a print management software from Heidelberg. I use it for proof only, with 2 special proof papers from Efi and with 2 color profiles (one for each paper). I like the prints verry much.. the quality is flowless.
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