The ColorShuttle notices when you are attempting to make a new target on a paper that you have already made a previous target on. So, it will ask you if you are trying to:
- re-do a target for the same profile, or
- make a whole new profile for this paper
It used to be that if someone sent in 2 or 3 targets all on Epson Premium Glossy for example, it would be obvious that the customer wants us to choose which is the best target and make one profile from that target.
With this unlimited service now, people are making individual profiles distinguishing between 1440 & 2880 dpi, different media settings, and so forth - all on the same kind of paper. So we give you the option of telling us whether these are for separate profiles or not.
To answer your question though - just send in the target you want us to use to make the profile. Each target’s Target ID number identifies the paper settings you chose when printing that target.