In the Community Edition collection of curves there are a number of printers with only master Pro curves. In the Notice.pdf file that come with these curves, you say “As of December 12th 2016, we have only 6 preliminary master K4 curves built for the R2000,7890,9890,4900,7900,9900,and 11880. (The K4 curves are used in the x900 printers when you are missing a channel due to a bad print head.)”
You also say “In our building of the many hundreds of Pro curves this week, we have run out of paper. When we get paper into the R&D lab in a week or so, we will optimize and finish profiling all supported papers for these printer models.” Any timeline on this? I’m mostly interested in R2000 curves, which I recall would also suit the P400 - a current model printer.
I note that you say that the master curves “are nearly universal”, but you’ve gone to the effort of producing paper-specific curves for other printers, so I assume that there must be sufficient benefit in those curves to warrant all the effort.
On a side note, In the Windows version of the CE V2.04, a number of folders have a file named “icon” (no file name suffix). My unpacking software doesn’t like these files and baulks at unpacking. It’s not hard to work around this, but it’s tedious. I assume these files are an artefact of the file being created on a Mac. I suggest they be removed from the next release.