KONICA MINOLTA

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Measurement Utility Software FD-S2w

Changes from previous version

Changes from Ver. 1.31 to Ver. 1.40

Specification Changes:

  • KONICA MINOLTA AccurioPress C6100 has been added to the list of compatible printer models for density balance/color density control.
  • Additional paper sizes (SRA3, 12×18, 13×19) have been added for density balance/color density control.
  • Automatic connection to FD-9 at startup has been improved to only search for the FD-9 which was most recently connected.

Bug fixes:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Other minor bugs.

Changes from previous version

Changes from Ver. 1.30 to Ver. 1.31

Bug fixes:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Problem in which a message warning that the color information for the measured chart and that of the chart definition for the selected defined chart do not match was not shown.
  • Problem in which an error message was shown when measuring the tiles for diagnosis measurements.
  • Other minor bugs.

Changes from Ver. 1.20 to Ver. 1.30

Specification changes:

  • OS X® 10.11 and macOSTM 10.12 have been added to the list of compatible OS.
  • Measurement is now possible even if the color information in the chart being measured and that of the chart definition for the selected defined chart do not match.
  • Detailed error messages regarding patch detection errors have been added.

Bug fixes:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Minor bugs.

Changes from Ver. 1.12 to Ver. 1.20

Specification changes:

  • KONICA MINOLTA bizhub PRESS C2070 and C71cf been added to the list of compatible printer models for density balance/color density control.
  • QR codes on charts for density balance/color density control can be read and used for identifying charts during density balance/color density control measurements.
  • Defined chart data can be rotated or flipped and columns/rows can be exchanged.
  • The order of automatic patch ID assignment for defined chart data can be selected as horizontal or vertical.
  • Whether or not to automatically connect to the FD-9 during startup can be selected.

Bug fixes:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Minor bugs.

Changes from Ver. 1.10 to Ver. 1.12

Bug fixes:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Problem which prevented continuing measurements when error occurred while using optional Auto Sheet Feeder FD-A09. Whether measurements should be paused or continued when error occurs can be selected.
  • Problem which prevented automatic removal of chart from job chart list in FD-9 display after measurement. Whether or not chart should be disabled and removed from job chart list on FD-9 can be selected.
  • Problem with automatic patch detection when using defined charts and measuring charts consisting of only low-density patches.
  • Problem with density balance chart definition files (Type2 SRA3 size) for KONICA MINOLTA bizhub PRESS C1070/C1100.
  • Problem reading CGATS format chart definition file.
  • Problem with saving TIFF image data (number of bits, RGB/CMYK/Multi-Color output handling).
  • Measurements which were not completed successfully are indicated by red background.
  • Other minor bugs.

Changes from Ver. 1.01 to Ver. 1.10

Specification changes:

  • Windows® 10 Pro 64-bit has been added to the list of compatible OS.
  • 32-bit versions of Windows® operating systems have been removed from the list of compatible OS.
  • QR codes for identifying charts can be added to defined charts and used for identifying test charts during measurements.
  • Solid-color chart measurements to check printing evenness can be performed.
  • Maximum chart length has been increased from 660mm to 1500mm. (Minimum chart length is unchanged at 170mm.)
  • Simplified Chinese, German, French, and Spanish have been added to display languages.

Bug fixes:

The following bugs have been fixed:

  • Problem with automatic measurement patch detection function when taking measurements using defined charts.
  • Problem with saved CxF file format.
  • Other minor bugs.

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