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I wonder if there are there are solutions in place to try and better model what is printed versus the screen; both with hardware (different monitor panel technology) and in software (print previewing), thus to ultimately better show the user what the printed result will look like.


Could someone explain again why the two images are so different?


I think it is probably because different color models have different color spaces. So some colors in RGB space can't be expressed using CMYK model.