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Moab Support Forum > Mac OSX 10.13 & Canon Pixma Pro-100

I'm excited about using my Moab Slickrock paper -- but, since I do not use Photoshop (only Apple Photos and Pixelmator), can you provide some instructions/suggestions about printer profiles for Mac OSX 10.13.1 with a Canon PIXMA Pro-100? Should I go ahead and download/install the CCC for the Canon or ....? Thank you.

November 16, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterPatty W

You can print using ICC profiles from Apple's Photos- we have a video detailing the process at the link below. It was created using iPhoto, but all the steps and settings are the same:

I have not used Pixelmator, but if it supports printing, the steps should be very similar to printing from Photos/iPhoto.

You will need to download and install ICC profiles for the Moab papers you're planning to print.

November 16, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support

This is not working for me. Using this video and your other video on your website about ICC profiles, I successfully downloaded three ICC profiles from your website for my Canon PIXMA Pro-100. I have an iMac and a MacBook (both running macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, and after downloading my three ICC profiles, I opened my Library and dragged them all into the Profiles folder under ColorSync.

Nada ... nothing happened. None of your papers show up under my printer in Photos, Photoshop (even using their module) or Lightroom Classic or CC. Your competitor's papers do show up, however? What is wrong?

March 1, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa

Once installed, your ICC profiles will be available in the Color Management section of the Photoshop Print Settings (File>Print).

In Lightroom, you will have to add them into the Print Module: in the Print Module, scroll down to the bottom section labeled 'Color Management'. Under the 'Profile' drop-down menu, select 'Other . . .' at the bottom of the list. In the window that opens, check the box next to the Moab profiles listed, and click OK. The Moab ICC profiles will now be available in the Profiles list.

Second, you have to select the corresponding media type in the print settings to match the Moab paper. On the ICC profile download page, select your printer and the resulting chart will show the Moab paper name on the left, and the media setting in the center column.

For example, if you are printing on the Slickrock Pearl 260, the media setting is Canon Photo Paper Pro Platinum, in combination with the Slickrock Pearl ICC profile.

March 7, 2018 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support