Well, after sorting out my color management issues, I’m back to a more basic problem: the ColorShuttle targets are getting the bottom truncated off the print.
I’m print cut sheets to my Canon ipf8100. On an 8.5x11" cut sheet, the driver tells me I should have .2" of top margin and .91" of bottom margin, which I believe would yield a fit with your target. Moreover, on a Super B/A3+ size sheet (19" tall) I have plenty of room.
In EITHER case, when I print the target, the last 2.5 rows of color squares are just gone. It is like ColorShuttle is placing the image data a little bit too low on the printed page. I wonder if it is doing some math based on an assumption about the top margin and assuming the margins are equal on both parts of the page? That is the only thing I can guess that would yield a truncated image even if I use a huge piece of paper. (To be completely clear: no matter how large the page size, the target prints to the bottom left corner of the page.)
I’m pretty sure this is just a layout bug that needs to be fixed in ColorShuttle. Please let me know if you agree!