Depends largely on the printer driver as to how it decides to use the ink but you can tell what the printer is doing if you don't mind destroying your image.Ok, since ypu mentioned it, how about a pattern of 4 vertical strips, one of each primary color and one of balck.
Since this isn't a 'scan' or a photo, how does one know which black is being used?
Would one have to assume it would be pigmented??
I have an Epson xp7100 series printer. There is ink in both the "photo black" and the larger black cartridge. However, when I'm printing black text, how do I know which of the cartridges is being used? I'm printing pdf journal articles, for example.hi everyone! My 7-yr-old printer - I don't print much so the ink cartridges weren't printing very well. Replaced with all new cartridges - the color ones now print perfectly - the black ink not at all. When I copy a page, black works fine. Any ideas? Thanks!!!
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