Wasn't sure what forum to ask this in, but all of the smart people are here... (you can talk about anything here). Not quite software, not a K-Lite question. Not exactly a tip or FAQ. Not really a solid hardware question. Just a question...
...but I have an interesting idea.
I got a photo printer with very expensive cartridges. The color cartridge is easy to fill because it uses the standard 3 colors for refill.
The Photo cartridge uses BLACK, and that is simple, but the other two colors are Light-Cyan and Light-Magenta.
I figure that I might be able to use the regular Cyan ink and dilute it with distilled water to create a Light-Cyan, then refill the ink tank. Do the same with the magenta.
Has anyone done this yet? If so, what is the ideal mixture? 50% water and 50% ink?