Affects Version/s: All versions of neoStampa 8, 9 and Delta.
To work with neoStampa it is indispensable to have a proper printing scheme for, at least, each resolution we'll be using. Although the optimal procedure is to calibrate the printer, sometimes we might want to import another printing scheme (when upgrading from neoStampa 9 to neoStampa 10, for example). This process is, actually, quite easy and straightforward.
1. Open neoStampa and create a new job on File | New or by clicking on the icon at the top menu of the screen. We select a mode of printing and the printer we'll be using. If there's no color scheme yet, we can leave this field blank.
2. Open the Printer Scheme Manager by clicking on the three-point icon at the top menu of the screen, left to the Print button.
3. Click the Add and browse for the printer scheme folder you want to import (by default, neoStampa schemes are stored in c:\Users\Public\Public Documents\neoStampa x\Color. Open the folder and select the file Color_scheme.cps inside.
4. Click Open and the program will import the color scheme so it's readily available for your use.